TUCSON, Arizona — A new court ruling says Arizona schools don't have to supervise students as they go to or from schools.
A state Court of Appeals ruling Monday upholds a trial judge's ruling in favor of a Tucson charter school in a lawsuit filed by a young woman.
She was injured in 2003 when struck by a truck at a busy intersection's crosswalk while bicycling home from BASIS School Inc.
The girl was a fifth-grader at the time. She sued in 2013 after she turned 18.
Her suit alleges the school was negligent because it didn't have a crossing guard at the intersection.
However, the Court of Appeals says there's no general legal obligation for schools to protect students while they're away from school or not on a school-supervised activity.