No Criminal Charges Against School Official
MIDDLEBURG — The Snyder County district attorney says no criminal charges will be filed against a school official.
Daphne Snook is currently suspended without pay from her job as interim superintendent in the Midd-West School District.
Authorities were looking into whether she broke any laws by reading emails related to the district’s search for a new superintendent.
Snook, who was acting superintendent, expressed interest in applying for the job, was told by the school board president to stay out of the hiring process, but Snook looked at the emails anyway. The D.A. says the district’s computer/internet policy gives the acting superintendent authority to look at emails, so no criminal charges are warranted.