The court date one of the students charged with disturbing schools at Spring Valley High School in October has been continued.
Niya Kenny was slated to appear at the Pontiac Magistrate’s Office on March 28, but will now have a court date sometime after the current legislative session, court officials said. Kenny’s attorney, Todd Rutherford, is a state representative in the Legislature.
Kenny was charged with disturbing schools after she says she told students to film an incident where a deputy forcibly removed a girl from her seat during class. That girl, who has not been identified because she is a minor, also was charged with disturbing schools.