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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Montana State Parks, Wilderness Study Areas, Senior Care, Service Animals, Patents, Immigration Orders


Fry v. Napoleon Community Schools
“Petitioner E. F. is a child with a severe form of cerebral palsy; a trained service dog named Wonder assists her with various daily life activities. When E. F.’s parents, petitioners Stacy and Brent Fry, sought permission for Wonder to join E. F. in kindergarten, officials at Ezra Eby Elementary School refused. The officials reasoned that the human aide provided as part of E. F.’s individualized education program rendered the dog superfluous. In response, the Frys removed E. F. from Ezra Eby and began homeschooling her.”


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