http://www.cnn.com/2006/EDUCATION/08/03/student.expelled.ap/index.html ATLANTA, Georgia (AP) -- A federal judge has dismissed the lawsuit of a high school student who was suspended for writing about a dream in which a student shoots a math teacher. In his Tuesday order, U.S. District Senior Judge Marvin Shoob said the writings were "sufficiently disturbing" to support the school system's disciplinary action against Rachel Boim, who claimed her right to expression had been violated. He also dismissed a companion lawsuit in which Boim's parents sought to recoup legal fees. In Boim's story, a student dreams of shooting her sixth-period math teacher. Like the student in the story, Shoob noted, Boim's sixth-period class was math. An attorney representing Boim and her family said he was "deeply disappointed" and planned to appeal.