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Schultz v Medina School Dist 6-3-11

Schultz v Medina School Dist 6-3-11

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Case: 11-50486 Document: 00511498424 Page: 1 Date Filed: 06/03/2011
IN THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FIFTH CIRCUIT
 No. 11-50486CHRISTA SCHULTZ, Individually and as parents and Guardians of minor child, C.S., astudent in the Medina Valley Independent School District; DANNY SCHULTZ,individually and as parents and Guardians of minor child, C.S., a student in the MedinaValley Independent School District; TREVOR SCHULTZ, Individually,Plaintiffs-Appelleesv.MEDINA VALLEY INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT,Defendant-Appellant
 ____________________ Appeal from the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas ____________________ Before DAVIS, SMITH and SOUTHWICK, Circuit Judges.PER CURIAM:
On this incomplete record at this preliminary injunction stage of the case, we are not persuaded that plaintiffs have shown that they are substantially likely to prevail on themerits, particularly on the issue that the individual prayers or other remarks to be given by students at graduation are, in fact, school sponsored. We also observe in particular thatthe plaintiffs' motion may be rooted at least in part in circumstances that no longer exist.For example, the school has apparently abandoned including the words "invocation" and"benediction" on the program. The motion also did not expressly address the involvementof the valedictorian in the graduation ceremony.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the emergency motion of 
 
the appellants to dissolve thetemporary restraining order and preliminary injunction is GRANTED; accordingly the temporaryrestraining order and preliminary
 
injunction entered by the district court are DISSOLVED, andthe case is REMANDED to the district court for possible further proceedings.

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