The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that Shannon Jensen filed the lawsuit in federal court docket in opposition to the Waukesha Faculty District and faculty board on Oct. 5. Jensen is in search of an injunction ordering the district to adjust to U.S. Facilities for Illness Management COVID-19 pointers.
In response to the lawsuit, the board in Might eliminated a pupil masks requirement and different COVID-19 mitigation measures.
Certainly one of Jensen’s son’s classmates got here to highschool with signs in September and didn’t put on a masks. Jensen’s son was seated subsequent to the sick pupil and was sporting a masks however nonetheless turned contaminated. Jensen’s different two sons later examined Positive as effectively.
Faculty Board President Joseph Como declined touch upon the lawsuit.
The Minocqua Brewing Firm Tremendous PAC is funding the lawsuit.
The brewing firm is owned by Kirk Bangstad, who has aired his frustrations about how former President Trump’s administration responded to the pandemic. He ran unsuccessfully in opposition to incumbent Republican state Rep. Rob Swearingen final 12 months.