Sara Walton Brady is a mother whose child was denied admission to kindergarten in the West Ada School District because she objected to the immunization exemption form the school asked her to fill out. Brady’s son is now enrolled in a private school. She has asked the district for a public apology.
Sara Walton Brady is a mother whose child was denied admission to kindergarten in the West Ada School District because she objected to the immunization exemption form the school asked her to fill out. Brady’s son is now enrolled in a private school. She has asked the district for a public apology. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Sara Walton Brady is a mother whose child was denied admission to kindergarten in the West Ada School District because she objected to the immunization exemption form the school asked her to fill out. Brady’s son is now enrolled in a private school. She has asked the district for a public apology. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

She fought West Ada over her son’s vaccination exemption. Now she wants an apology.

September 07, 2017 07:10 PM

More Videos

Boiseans are ready to make a statement at this year's Women's March 1:01

Boiseans are ready to make a statement at this year's Women's March

Firefighter catches child dropped from ladder 0:21

Firefighter catches child dropped from ladder

Play it really loud. Boise Bomb Shelter is a perfect place for bands to practice. 2:15

Play it really loud. Boise Bomb Shelter is a perfect place for bands to practice.

What do sewer rats have to do with basketball? Leon Rice explains. 0:50

What do sewer rats have to do with basketball? Leon Rice explains.

Here's how the Broncos' star linebacker celebrated a victory in Vegas 0:42

Here's how the Broncos' star linebacker celebrated a victory in Vegas

Harsin on Vander Esch: 'We're behind him all the way' 1:32

Harsin on Vander Esch: 'We're behind him all the way'

QB Brock Purdy's senior highlights 5:22

QB Brock Purdy's senior highlights

Watch Chandler Hutchison’s finishing flourish vs. Utah State 1:05

Watch Chandler Hutchison’s finishing flourish vs. Utah State

A wolf near Boise? Foothills homeowners describe sighting 1:47

A wolf near Boise? Foothills homeowners describe sighting

Boise River flood damage could cost millions along Greenbelt 2:16

Boise River flood damage could cost millions along Greenbelt

  • Boiseans are ready to make a statement at this year's Women's March

    Last year's Women's March in Boise saw a historic crowd of roughly 6,000 people marching through Downtown. This year, they're once again armed with signs and slogans, hoping to draw another big crowd.