Trial set in lawsuit against Butte School District over 'Super-glued' girl

2011-06-21T19:00:00Z Trial set in lawsuit against Butte School District over 'Super-glued' girlBy the Montana Standard missoulian.com
June 21, 2011 7:00 pm  • 

BUTTE - A trial date has been set for Dec. 19 in a lawsuit involving parents who are suing Butte School District No. 1 over alleged bullying of their daughter.

Ann and Christopher Lisac claim the district was negligent by not preventing the alleged bullying. The parents are seeking a jury trial and undisclosed monetary damages.

The lawsuit claims two male students harassed the Lisacs' daughter, who was 9 at the time, in the lunchroom on March 6, 2008. The boys "Super-glued" the girl's shoes to the floor and squirted some of the glue under her shirt on her back, according to the complaint.

The parents contend that staff in the Hillcrest School lunchroom failed to respond quickly enough to stop the bullying. The Lisacs are represented by Anaconda lawyer Jeffrey Dahood.

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