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Former Manchester teacher jailed for assaulting student, 6, with soap, pepper
According to a statement issued by LaFrance’s office:
• In November 2012, Varney threatened to put pepper in the mouth of a child who refused to behave and do her school work. She later brought the child to a sink and placed pepper on her tongue.
• In the spring of 2013, Varney flicked a book in the student’s face when she hyperextended her neck backwards.
The statement said paraprofessionals witnessed at least two of the assaults, but they were not reported until April 2013.
LaFrance said she assumes the paraprofessionals held off reporting the assaults because of Varney’s role as classroom teacher.
Gambale was given a suspended sentence, relinquished her teaching credentials and was ordered to continue mental health firstname.lastname@example.org
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