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In the document, Lamontagne says the district failed to address her complaints about her safety, provided false information during the investigation into the claims made against her and hampered her ability to defend herself against the criminal charges. Lamontagne was found not guilty July 26,on all 14 counts alleging she sexually assaulted a then year-old student in After three and a half days of testimony, the member jury reached a verdict in just under two hours.
A statement of finding from Executive Director Amy M. Lamontagne was a former employee [teacher] in RSU 21, I am not able to discuss personnel information or specific details involving this case. I am, however, pleased the Maine Human Rights Commission has not found reasonable grounds to believe that unlawful discrimination has occurred and thus dismissed the complaint. He said Lamontagne was reluctant to go further with any type of litigation because of what she has been through, but felt it was important to stand up for herself and other teachers.
While the student involved in the case testified in court that he and Lamontagne had a sexual relationship, Lamontagne testified during the trial that the student was having emotional and academic issues and she worked with him to help him graduate. In the MHRC complaint, Lamontagne says the district placed her on administrative leave March 29,after she reported the rumor being spread through the school alleging the sexual contact with the student.
Lamontagne said in the MHRC complaint that she responded to the letter of reprimand detailing her efforts to help the student. Lamontagne reed from her teaching position in September At that meeting Lamontagne raised concerns about KHS not acknowledging her requests to be moved from her portable classroom to a more visible classroom. In the meeting, Lamontagne says she raised multiple concerns about her safety.
In the complaint, Lamontagne says district officials failed to respond to concerns for her safety. Rumors started.
She went to the administration and asked for help and they turned their back on her. Loranger said they have 90 days from the date of the MHRC dismissal to file a lawsuit. Slack said she was retaliated against by school officials for raising concerns over racial incidents aimed at herself, a black woman, while she was a teacher at KHS. The district is also working with the Mid Atlantic Equity Consortium to begin a long-term diversity, equity, and inclusion assessment program.
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