School districts respond to former substitute’s rape charge


HARLEM VALLEY — When last week’s story printed in the New York Post regarding Bronx teacher Jonathan Pol’s arrest for the rape of a 13-year-old female student reached Dutchess County, the school districts where Pol had previously worked as a substitute were quick to contact families to resolve any concerns about past conduct. Area school districts wanted to make sure parents and guardians received the most accurate information possible related to Pol’s work years earlier. 

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