DSB was recently successful in moving for summary judgment in favor of a Suffolk County school district. Plaintiff, a middle-school student, claimed to have been injured when he was tripped in the hallway by another student; the plaintiff asserted that the District did not provide adequate supervision. The Court found that the District demonstrated that it did not have actual or constructive notice of the third-party student engaging in conduct similar to that alleged, i.e. tripping other students. The Court also concluded that any purported lack of supervision was not a proximate cause of the plaintiff’s injuries.