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Oliver Springs educator charged with DUI has been reassigned

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An Oliver Springs educator arrested for DUI has been re-assigned.

Roane County's Director of Schools says former Oliver Springs High School Assistant Principal Donna Renee Moore has been removed from her job.

She will work in a non-administrative position at Midtown Education Center for the rest of the year.

Moore also must complete a professional development plan.

Oliver Springs Police arrested her for DUI last week.

10News has learned that Moore has a prior DUI conviction on her record. She was arrested for DUI in Knox County back in July of 1989, and later pleaded guilty to DUI and reckless driving.

A judge sentenced Moore to serve 90 days in jail and pay a fine.

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Officers arrested Oliver Springs High School Assistant Principal Donna Renee Moore on Friday.

Roane County Director of Schools Gary Aytes told 10News Moore drove to a skating rink near Oliver Springs where her daughter was. Oliver Springs police arrested her and charged her with DUI.

Aytes said Moore is on administrative leave pending an investigation.

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