Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. We're guessing most parents of students at Pueblo South High School assumed that teacher Larisa Oringdulph committed a crime when sending a nude photo of herself to a student.
The Massachusetts high school teacher accused of exchanging nude pictures with a student at Nashoba Regional High School in Bolton has been fired from her job, the superintendent said Thursday. Veracka was placed on administrative leave the next day, but on Thursday, Nashoba schools Superintendent Brooke Clenchy issued a statement saying Veracka had been fired and that the school's principal, Paul Di Domenico, is on paid administrative leave as the case against her proceeds. Clenchy said the decision to put Di Domenico on leave, which he took part in, is "not a disciplinary action" but to help students and faculty focus on classes and "feel supported. The superintendent added that the school district will bring in an outside group to review what happened in July and August, before Veracka was charged. Veracka, a mother of three, is accused of sending nude photos of herself to one of her students, then 15, and receiving inappropriate pictures from the student in return.
Dorothy Veracka, 42, was handed a 30 month suspended jail sentence Monday and ordered to complete two years probation for grooming the youngster at Nashoba Regional High School in Clinton, Massachusetts. The pervert teacher avoided jail after striking a plea deal which saw her admit distributing obscene matter to a minor in return for having possessing child pornography dropped. Veracka, who was fired from her job after she was arrested, sent her victim five nude or partially-nude photos on Snapchat over the course of six months from September to March
Michelina Aichele was arrested on Oct. She has been suspended from her job. According to an affidavit of probable cause obtained Tuesday by New Jersey