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Ehamp Vice Principal Resigns After DUI Conviction

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Ehamp Vice Principal Resigns After DUI Conviction

(Easthampton, MA)  —  Easthampton Assistant Principal Anne Beauregard has resigned following her third drunk driving conviction.  She’s been on paid leave since her arrest in West Springfield last January.  Last week Beauregard was given a suspended sentence and supervised probation.  Superintendent Nancy  Follansbee says she’ll be posting internally to fill the position at the high school.

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