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REPORT: NO CONFIDENCE VOTE FOR MULLICA SUPERINTENDENT

It was a no-confidence vote on Wednesday for Mullica Township School Superintendent Brenda Harning-Marro.  The Press of Atlantic City reports that 93 percent of the Mullica Township Education Association agreed that Harning-Marro must go as superintendent of the school district.  The issue involves the suspension of kindergarten teacher Kelly Mascio who was removed from school after two five year olds had sexual play inside a classroom bathroom.

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