McIntosh school official pleads not guilty to failure to report abuse

larry dayLarry Day, an assistant superintendent of McIntosh County schools and former Brantley County football coach and administrator, pleaded not guilty Thursday to a misdemeanor charge of failure to report child abuse.

Day’s appearance before Chief Judge David L. Cavendar lasted less than five minutes as he waived formal arraignment on the charge contained in an indictment returned in late May.

The indictment levied the same charges against Day’s boss, School Superintendent Tina Kirby, and Terrance Haywood, principal of McIntosh Academy, the high school where a former math teacher is charged with having sex with three of her students.

jacksonville.com.

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