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As you may have read, the Encinitas Union School District (EUSD) has been sued for implementing a yoga program in its schools. While there is little debate about the health benefits of yoga, the lawsuit argues that even the most basic yoga poses constitute the practice of religion. In sum, the lawsuit claims EUSD is violating the Constitutional mandate for separation of church and state.
Coast Law Group attorneys believe the lawsuit is ill founded and are committed to seeing it defeated. We have been contacted by many parents and teachers who feel the same way. We intend to seek intervention in the lawsuit to ensure the voices of EUSD students and parents – the real parties in interest – are heard and considered by the court.
If you are the parent of an EUSD student and are interested in participating in the defense of the yoga program, please provide the following information to: sara(at)coastlawgroup.com
Names and grades of currently enrolled EUSD students:
Name(s) of Parent(s):
Respondents will be contacted by a CLG representative for further coordination. There is absolutely no obligation to participate. Coast Law Group intends to represent its clients in this matter on a pro bono (free of charge) basis.
For additional information, please see the following:
- Complaint initiating the lawsuit
Recent media coverage:
- Lawsuit targets school yoga
- District adds yoga to all schools despite opposition
- Lawyer threatens to sue school district over its plan to teach students yoga
For further information, contact Coast Law Group, LLP, 1140 South Coast Highway 101, Encinitas, CA 92024; (760) 942-8505; sara(at)coastlawgroup.com
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