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Charges to be dismissed against school principal



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(KSL News) The principal of a Riverton elementary school will not face charges for failing to report child abuse if she stays out of trouble for the next six months.

Yesterday Shelley Nordick, 46, entered into a diversion agreement with prosecutors, which means the case against her will be dropped as long as she commits no new crimes in the near future.

Nordick, principal of Rosamond Elementary School, was charged with failure to report abuse in connection with the case of former teacher Frank Laine Hall.

The first-grade teacher admitted to abusing 11 students in his classroom and is now serving 15 years to life in prison.

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