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    Attorney Gregg Frame, left, and Waterville Senior High School principal Don Reiter listen Tuesday as allegations of an inappropriate relationship with a student this summer are brought to light by the superintendent’s office during a public hearing at George J. Mitchell School in Waterville.

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    Waterville Senior High School principal, Don Reiter, far right, sits with his attorney Gregg Frame before a public hearing with the Waterville School Board at George J. Mitchell School in Waterville on Tuesday. The superintendent's office has recommended the principal be terminated for allegations of an inappropriate interaction with a student in August.

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    Waterville Senior High School principal Don Reiter leaves a public hearing Tuesday at George J. Mitchell School in Waterville.

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    Melissa Hewey, attorney for the superintendent’s office, listens to a rebuttal by Gregg Frame, attorney for Waterville Senior High School principal Don Reiter, during a public hearing Tuesday at George J. Mitchell School in Waterville.

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    Gregg Frame, left, attorney for Waterville Senior High School principal Don Reiter, right, responds on Tuesday to allegations that his client engaged in inappropriate conduct with a student in August. The exchange occurred during a public hearing at George J. Mitchell School in Waterville.

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