Charges Dropped Against Vice Principal in Sex Scandal

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    Charges have been dropped against a former vice principal of a New Jersey school that was embroiled in a scandal a year ago.

    Former Triton High School vice principal Jernee Kollock was charged with misconduct for failing to tell authorities that teachers were having sex with students.

    The Courier-Post of Cherry Hill reports the charge was dropped against the 40-year-old Williamstown woman on July 1, a day after Kollock resigned from the Black Horse Pike Regional School District.

    The charges were dropped in exchange for her resignation from the Runnemeade, N.J. school.

    Three teachers pleaded guilty to official misconduct or hindering apprehension and admitted improper relationships with students. The school's former principal also pleaded guilty to failure to report a crime.

     


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