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Schalmont settles with teacher

Agrees on 10-day suspension for unspecified allegations

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Schalmont Central School District officials have reached a settlement with a special education teacher they were trying to discipline, agreeing to a 10-day suspension instead of a state hearing. The district’s Board of Education last month approved the agreement with tenured teacher Patricia Green-Dehn, who has been with the district since 1994 and is listed on Schalmont’s website as a special education teacher at Jefferson Elementary School. The district began a disciplinary action against her ...


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safny
January 17, 2013
5:59 a.m.

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The state demands all sorts of things from school districts, but they can't get it together to hold hearings in less than two years. Makes one wonder whose running that show??

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