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Mother drops lawsuit against Hudson schools over in-person learning during pandemic

Cleveland.com |

A parent of two Hudson students has dropped her lawsuit challenging the school district’s plan to bring students in kindergarten through eighth grade back into the classroom each day.

Jennifer Grega moved to dismiss the lawsuit with prejudice, meaning it can’t be refiled. Each side will pay its own attorney fees, court records say. Grega’s lawyer, Brenden Kelley of the Cleveland-based firm Wuliger & Wuliger, told cleveland.com and The Plain Dealer that the family reached an agreement with the district for the student to continue online learning through a third-party vendor.

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