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    Gregg Frame, left, confers with his client, Don Reiter, during the Waterville school board hearing on his dismissal last month. The board fired Reiter Nov. 16 and his lawyer said Tuesday he won’t appeal the dismissal.

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    The Waterville Board of Education votes 6-1 to dismiss Don Reiter, the Waterville High School principal, Nov. 16. Susan Reisert, second from right, was the lone dissenter. Superintendent Eric Haley, left, and Assistant Superintendent Peter Thiboutot watch in foreground. Reiter will not appeal his dismissal, his lawyer said Wednesday.

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    Eric Haley, superintendant of Waterville school shows his exhaustion during during the hearing to dimsiss Waterville Senior High School principal Don Reiter Nov. 11.

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    Waterville Senior High School principal, Don Reiter, leaves a public hearing at George J. Mitchell School in Waterville on Nov. 10. Waterville police detective Bill Bonney looks on.

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    Eric Haley, left center, superintendent of schools in Waterville confers with Waterville police detectives Dave Caron, right center, and Bill Bonney, far right, during a hearing to dismiss Waterville High School principal Don Reiter Nov. 11.

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    Waterville Senior High School Principal Don Reiter, right, and his attorney Gregg Frame on Nov. 3 at the Morning Sentinel, ponder a question regarding an alleged incident at the school.

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    Kennebec County District Attorney Maeghan Maloney talks about charges for former Waterville High School principal Don Reiter on Nov. 19 on the steps of the county courthouse in Augusta.

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