Samuel A. Fryer Yavneh Academy et al v. Gavin Newsom et al

Filing 63

STIPULATED ORDER OF DISMISSAL (JS-6) 61 by Judge John A. Kronstadt, this matter is DISMISSED with prejudice, and each party is to bear its own respective fees and costs. (Made JS-6. Case Terminated.) (jp)

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 9 CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 10 11 12 SAMUEL A. FRYER YAVNEH ACADEMY, et al., Plaintiffs, 13 14 No -cv- x) STIPULATED ORDER OF DISMISSAL (JS- v. 15 16 GAVIN NEWSOM, et al., Defendants. 17 18 19 Based on a review of the Joint Motion for Stipulated Order of Dismissal (the 20 “Joint Motion” (Dkt. 61)), sufficient good cause has been shown for the requested 21 relief. Therefore, the Motion is GRANTED. Plaintiffs’ claims are DISMISSED 22 with prejudice, and Defendants have stipulated to the following conditions: 23 1. 24 Department of Public Health on August 25, 2020 and updated on 25 September 4, 2020 (“Cohort Guidance”), applies to all K-12 schools in 26 California. Schools that provide religious instruction in the State of 27 28 The Guidance Related to Cohorts, issued by the California 1 California may utilize the Cohort Guidance to provide in-person 2 education services. For avoidance of doubt, the Cohort Guidance does 3 not impose a percentage or numerical cap on the number of students 4 who may be on a religious school campus at any given time, so long as 5 a religious school meets all of the requirements in the Cohort Guidance. 6 The Frequently Asked Questions document issued in conjunction with 7 the Cohort Guidance is advisory, not mandatory. 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 2. Schools that provide religious instruction in the State of California may also utilize the COVID-19 Industry Guidance: Places of Worship and Providers of Religious Services and Cultural Ceremonies, issued by the California Department of Public Health on July 29, 2020 (“Religious Guidance”), to provide in-person religious services and cultural ceremonies, as long as the remainder of their educational activities are consistent with State orders and guidance applicable to K-12 schools. Religious services may include prayers, religious ceremonies, and instruction in religious texts, philosophy, and tradition. 18 19 3. 20 independently authorize or restrict a County from imposing stricter 21 regulations than are set forth by the State in those orders and guidance. 22 To the extent a County wishes to require stricter regulations, the County 23 must proceed pursuant to the independent authority the County and the 24 local health officer has. 25 26 27 28 The State COVID-19 Orders and associated guidance do not In the event Defendants individually or severally act contrary to the Stipulations, whether by amending or superseding the State COVID-19 Orders or their

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