No. 08-3019.

591 F.3d 624 (2010)

C.N., on her own behalf and by and through her parent and natural guardian, J.N., Appellant, v. WILLMAR PUBLIC SCHOOLS, INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 347; Michael Carlson, Chair, Willmar Board of Education, in his representative capacity; Kathryn Leedom, Superintendent in her personal and representative capacities; Susan Smith, Supervisor of Special Education, in her personal and representative capacities; Rebecca Simenson, Principal, in her personal and representative capacities; Lisa Van Der Heiden, in her personal and representative capacities, Appellees.

United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit.

Filed: January 7, 2010.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Margaret O'Sullivan, argued, St. Paul, MN, for appellant.

Nancy Ellen Blumstein, argued, Sonja J. Guggemos, on the brief, Minneapolis, MN, for Willmar Public Schools, et al.

Laura Tubbs Booh, argued, Plymouth, MN, for appellant Van Der Heiden.

Before MELLOY, BEAM and COLLOTON, Circuit Judges.

BEAM, Circuit Judge.

C.N., by and through her mother, J.N., appeals the dismissal of various federal claims against Willmar Public Schools, Independent School District No. 347 (the District), several officials affiliated with the District and her former special education teacher Lisa Van Der Heiden. We affirm.


When this action commenced, C.N., a special education student, attended fourth grade in the Atwater Public School District in...

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