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Court date set for former principal

Posted July 1, 2009

Wake County Public School System
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— The Wake County Sheriff's Office served a criminal summons on the former principal of Carver Elementary School July 25, authorities said.

Allison Baker, 41, resigned from her position June 1, before the school system could complete an investigation into her conduct, said Michael Evans, a spokesman for Wake County schools.

Evans said Baker had been on paid leave since May 22 after a "negative interaction with a student."

Evans declined to provide more detail about the interaction with the student, saying it was a private personnel matter.

Baker is due in court Aug. 6.

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  • working for deadbeats Jul 1, 2009

    It means that it was a private personal sexual matter, I'm sure. Sheesh, what a useless story this was. I guess it's all about bragging rights of "we brought it to you first".

  • Brogden Jul 1, 2009

    What does "a negative interaction with a student" mean?