Changes happen at preschool where teacher accused of child porn worked

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DENVER -- It could be called the first day of school for Nancy Spillane.

No, she is not a new student at Paddington Preschool in Denver.  She is the new interim Head of School.

She takes over a school trying to move on after a long-time teacher was accused of possessing and distributing child pornography.

David Moe, 45, remains behind bars, pending his trial.  A District Court Judge decided late last week that Moe can be released on bond, until trial.

A bond hearing date has not yet been set.

Moe has since left the school.   

Spillane says she wants to meet with parents to listen to any concerns. Sheryl Ziegler is one of those parents. She has a son and daughter who attend Paddington.

She spent close to two hours meeting with Spillane. “I think we’re feeling optimistic and hopeful that there is leadership in place and somebody’s here to kind of take charge and turn things around and really make this the community and school that we’ve all loved for so long,” she says.  

Attempts to speak with Spillane were unsuccessful.

Paddington Preschool begins Sept. 4.