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Teacher accused of sex assaults

Lowell math head ran chess tourneys

‘‘Our first concern is the safety of our children,’’ said Lowell’s superintendent of schools, Karla Brooks Baehr, with the city’s police superintendent, Edward F. Davis III, after Lowell High teacher Severine E. Wamala was charged in New Hampshire. Police said the alleged assaults did not involve Wamala’s students at Lowell High.
By James Vaznis and Raja Mishra
Globe Staff / September 14, 2006

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LOWELL -- For Massachusetts chess lovers, Severine E. Wamala was a beacon, organizing local tourneys that drew internationally ranked masters to play the game that the Ugandan immigrant revered. (Full article: 885 words)

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