The American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan has filed a federal lawsuit against a Jackson County school district on behalf of an eight-year-old student with cerebral palsy who was barred from bringing her doctor-prescribed service dog to school. The lawsuit charges the Napoleon School District and the Jackson County Intermediate School District with violating the Americans with Disabilities Act. Wonder is a Goldendoodle that is specially trained to help Ehlena Fry balance, retrieve dropped items, open and close doors, turn on lights and perform many other tasks. The lawsuit contends that by failing to make reasonable modifications to their policies and practices, the school district discriminated against Ehlena based on her disability in violation of federal and state laws including the ADA and the Michigan Persons with Disabilities Civil Rights Act. Ehlena is now enrolled in a school in Washtenaw county.