New Hampshire Teacher Fired for Arrest Record
(Milford, New Hampshire) A 30-year-old substitute fifth-grade teacher recently at Heron Pond Elementary School, Cassandra Potter, was dismissed last week when the district discovered that she had been arrested multiple times in 2011.
It appears that Potter may have anger management issues.
Superintendent of Schools Bob Suprenant confirmed that a teacher named Cassandra Potter worked for one day and is no longer employed by the district.Unless action is taken by the New Hampshire Department of Education Bureau of Certification and Credentialing, Potter's teaching license is valid until June 2015.
In 2011, Potter was using the name Cassandra Beauchesne and teaching math and science in a Goffstown elementary school when she was charged with criminal threatening, criminal mischief and breach of bail conditions.
Another arrest, for another charge of breach of bail conditions, put the number of arrests at four.
Then, in July of this year, Potter was arrested again, for simple assault in Manchester.