This case arises from a highly unusual and extremely disturbing set of circumstances. In September 1995, Tanya Nicole Kach was a fourteen-year-old student when she befriended, and later became intimate with, Thomas Hose, a security guard at her middle school. Several months later, Kach ran away from home and spent the next approximately ten years living clandestinely with Hose. In March 2006, when in her twenties, Kach disclosed her true identity to a friend and was removed by law enforcement authorities from Hoses house. Thereafter, she brought this lawsuit against Hose, several other individuals as well as school and law enforcement officials, asserting various 42 U.S.C. Â§ 1983 and state-law claims. The District Court dismissed all of Kachs claims at summary judgment. The Court determined that most of Kachs Â§ 1983 claims and certain state-law claims were time-barred and that Hose had not acted under color of state law for Â§ 1983 purposes. Having disposed of Kachs federal claims, the District Court declined to exercise supplemental jurisdiction over her remaining state-law claims. Kach now appeals. We will affirm the District Courts ruling in its entirety.