Preschool moving on after arrest of former teacher in child porn case

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DENVER -- Journalists found out what the parents of Paddington Station Preschool Children have known for two weeks:  Nancy Spillane is the right person for the job.

The woman who founded a prestigious school in Steamboat Springs, is now the interim head of school for a preschool trying to get past troubling times.

Former long-time teacher, David Moe, 45, is facing child pornography charges.  The former head of school, stepped down shortly after his arrest.

“My parents view Paddington as the safest school in the country now…Now, your antenna’s up, you’re on high alert,” she says. 

On her first day of school two weeks ago, she met with parents with one goal in mind:  to listen. Spillane says, initially, after news of Moe surfaced, 20% of parents pulled their children. Some of those parents are coming back.

School starts Monday. Moe’s trial tentatively starts in late October.   

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