New Scandal Hits Stony Brook Elementary School

K-2 technology teacher under police investigation
Brewster's Stony Brook Elementary is once again involved in scandal

A technology teacher at Stony Brook Elementary School has been placed on administrative leave after police informed the Nauset Superintendent that the teacher was under investigation.

Noah Campbell-Halley is a K-2 technology teacher at Stony Brook and has worked at the school for five years.

School officials and police have not released the exact nature of the investigation but state that a criminal investigation is under way concerning the teacher and a student or students at the school.

Superintendent Thomas Conrad has scheduled a meeting with parents Thursday night at 6 p.m. in the Stony Brook cafeteria.

Little more information is available due to the ongoing police investigation.

Earlier this school year Stonybrook was rocked by scandal when Principal Mary Patricia Allen was charged with breaking into an ex-boyfriend's apartment where she allegedly stole sex toys and a book.  The charges were subsequently dropped, with Ms. Allen making a $350 restitution payment to a Belchertown woman.  Principal Allen, who had been placed on administrative leave, was then reinstated by Superintendent Conrad. Superintendent Conrad has not responded to an email from CCToday asking whether he would employ Ms. Allen next school year.


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