Mcgrath v shenendehowa central school district

September 8, J. According to plaintiff, while performing a "roll dodge" maneuver, she felt her left foot slide into the ground and "catch" as her body continued to pivot, causing severe damage to her knee.

Bethlehem Central School District et al. Once the moving party has satisfied these standards, the burden shifts to the opponent to rebut that prima facie showing, by producing contrary evidence, in admissible form, sufficient to require a trial of material factual issues Kaufman V.

Defendant's maintenance and ground crew seeded and rolled the damaged areas shortly after that incident and then again approximately one month prior to plaintiff's accident.

Courts have applied this doctrine as a bar to liability and dismissed the case where the plaintiff- injured while attempting to perform a front aerial somersault in a gymnastic floor exercise routine- was an experienced gymnast who had spent approximately two hours warming up on the mats where he ultimately injured himself Hopkins v.


Hence, in viewing the theory advanced by the complaint, as amplified by the bill of particulars, we find that Shenendehowa has sufficiently established that it did not have sufficient control over the long jump event or the area such that it would be in a position to avert the alleged negligence see, Vogel v West Mtn.

More photos… Skano dedicates its new playground! However, the Court finds that Scarsdale is distinguishable from this case.


Plaintiff was 24 years old at the time, was an experienced dancer whose dancing included gymnastic moves such as forward rolls, backward rolls, cartwheels and roundoffs, and had taken five beginner's gymnastics classes at Chelsea Piers prior to her accident, during which she had practiced front and back handsprings.

This holding is also supported by the analogous case of J. The plaintiff is not an experienced gymnast.

As corrected through Wednesday, September 29, Theresa L.

Gramling v Chelsea Piers, L.P.

In describing her fall, plaintiff stated that she felt her foot "slide and catch" on "soft ground" that was a "different surface, like firmness," in comparison to the rest of the field. More specifically, these six clinics were as follows: Plaintiff did not obtain an evaluation by Dr.

Shenendehowa Central School District Doc. She was on her sixth class of an adult beginner's gymnastics course, and had not performed the handspring maneuver without being spotted.

However he did not spot her, did not grab her or push her or do anything to assist or protect her. She then performed two more front hadsprings without the cloth strap on her wrist and landed on her feet. Stay tuned… Scott M.

M.V. vs. Shenendehowa Central School District, No. 1:2011cv00701 - Document 22 (N.D.N.Y 2013)

She stated that she expected the coach to be there to help her but because it was a thin mat and because the coach didn't actually spot her she ended up in a vertical position and didn't land on her butt which is a very safe way to land.

More photos… The Orenda playground is open for business. The instructor was acting within the scope of his employment and defendant would be liable for his negligence, if any, under a theory of respondeat superior, therefore plaintiff may not proceed with a cause of action for negligent hiring and retention.

In determining the motion, the court must construe the evidence in the light most favorable to the non-moving party SSBS Realty Corp. Participants in such activities will not, however, be deemed to have assumed concealed or unreasonably increased risks see Morgan v State of New York, 90 NY2d[]; Benitez v New York City Bd.

New York City Bd. The Arongen Kindergarten Team is looking forward to a great year ahead with their newest little friends!It may be in the Third Department, judging by its recent decision in McGrath v.

Shenendehowa Central School District.


Justice Peters, writing for the majority, reversed a Saratoga County Supreme Court decision that had awarded summary judgment to the District in an action arising out of a fall during a women’s lacrosse game. Shenendehowa Central School District is an equal opportunity employer. It does not discriminate against applicants or employees on the basis of age, race, creed or religion, color, national origin, sexual orientation, military status, gender, disability which can be reasonably accommodated without undue hardship, genetic predisposition or.

At a track meet hosted by defendant Bethlehem Central School District (hereinafter Bethlehem), track teams from Colonie Central High School, Bethlehem Central High School and Shenendehowa High School competed.

Plaintiff, as a member of the Colonie track team, suffered a broken leg while.  McGrath v. Shenendehowa Central School District () The case of McGrath v. Shenendehowa Central School District began on May 3rd, when Theresa McGrath, a senior at Bethlehem High School, suffered a horrific knee injury playing a regular season, varsity lacrosse game at their opponent’s field in the Town of Clifton Park.

Shenendehowa has selected two deputies from the Saratoga County Sheriff’s office to serve as school resource officers. Deputy Michael Grigas and Deputy Eric Muller will be assigned to Shen full-time for the school year.


Students in Mr. McGrath’s fifth-grade class met their Fun Run goal so Mr. McGrath was treated to a pie in the face. Located in the central part of the district, Shatekon Elementary School is attached to Arongen Elementary and is one of four off-campus schools.

Maintained in accordance with the Shenendehowa Central School District Web.

Mcgrath v shenendehowa central school district
Rated 0/5 based on 81 review