The judge rejected the family’s request to visit the preschool without a mask on a 3-year-old boy with a speech delay.

Judge Jeffrey Rabin ruled that the child was not entitled to the emergency assistance requested by his mother Catherine Hart.

Hart’s lawsuit against the school district of Medford Lakes asked to allow her son to immediately go to preschool without a mask requirement for the entire school day on the grounds that he has not attended preschool since 18 January.

The school claimed that Hart decided not to allow her son out of preschool. Hart admitted this, saying she did not send him to school because her nonverbal child will not be able to cope with the frustration and anxiety of having to wear a mask in a new environment where he is already at a disadvantage due to his learning difficulties.

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