The decision comes a little more than a month after the two were arrested for . They had since been on paid administrative leave.
State law says that a person overseeing children, like at a school, must report a case of suspected abuse immediately, but in no case later than 24 hours from the time “there is reasonable cause to believe a child has been abused.” Failure to do so results in a misdemeanor charge.
Dority, 50, and Collins, 40, allegedly waited until after that time to report the case to authorities, police said.
Jeanne Walker, who comes from Sprayberry High as a curriculum assistant principal, has been the acting principal at Tapp.