Campbell-Halley Was Suspected of Molestation in 2010

Eastham Police investigated but no complaint was filed
Noah Campbell-Halley, a teacher at Stony Brook Elementary, was suspected of indecent assault and battery on a four-year-old in 2010 while employed at Cape Cod Children's Place. (Facebook photo retrieved by a reader and confirmed with Stony Brook parents)

Stony Brook Elementary School technology teacher Noah Campbell-Halley, charged with molesting at least three children during school hours, was suspected of indecent assault and battery on a four-year-old child when he worked at The Children's Place in Eastham.  This revelation came out during the police investigation into Campbell-Halley's alleged misconduct at the Brewster school.

Eastham Police and child forensic specialists investigated but no complaint was filed.

Because no charges were filed, this incident would not have shown on the CORI check required of all employees in our public schools.

Susan Campbell-Halley, wife of the accused Noah Campbell-Halley, is listed in the staff directory as Lead Teacher in the Preschool Program at Cape Cod Children's Place.


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