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After arrest of teacher with prior felony conviction, Claremont school chief to change policy
Judith Fillion, director of the Division of Program Support for the New Hampshire Department of Education, said Wednesday that school officials have the option to see all felonies. Sometimes school districts elect "just to get the basics," she said.
McGoodwin said electing to see all felonies was not something he was aware was a choice for the school district; he plans to request it in the future.
Patrick Andrews, superintendent of the Mascoma Valley Regional School District, said Wednesday that LeBlanc worked as a substitute teacher for the district in 2005 and 2006.
"One year he worked 19 days and one year he worked seven days," Andrews said of LeBlanc.
"Schools have to take this situation seriously," he said. "We can see all felonies and we do see all felonies here ... They are barred from teaching with certain charges."
"If somebody were to get into some trouble in Vermont, I'm not sure there is a mechanism that alerts us," he said.
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