A civil lawsuit in which the Lawrence School District sought a restraining order against a parent of a Central Junior High School student was dismissed after both parties agreed to drop the case. The school district had tried to prevent Carlene Hadl from coming onto the premises of Central Junior High School unless asked in writing by the school's principal or assistant principal. The school district claimed Hadl had made "emotional outbursts" on teachers and administrators and placed "an excessive number of unreasonably demanding phone calls to the school and to teachers at their home residences." Peter Curran, attorney for the school district, and Linda Pointer, the Douglas County Legal Aid Society legal intern who represented Hadl, said both parties agreed to drop the suit. Curran said Mrs. Hadl had withdrawn her children from Lawrence schools during the school year. The suit was dismissed without prejudice, meaning it could be refiled later.
CIVIL CASE PROCEEDINGS
June 9, 1992