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Janelle Colville Fletcher, a music teacher and former head of music at Tabor College, has pleaded not guilty to charges of sexually abusing a child. The offenses are said to have taken place across various locations in South Australia and Adelaide suburbs.

Ms. Fletcher is set to stand trial at the District Court, with an arraignment scheduled for May. Despite no longer being employed at Tabor College, she remains on bail but is prohibited from working with children as a condition of her release.

The allegations have raised concerns within the community, especially as they involve a person in a position of trust such as a teacher. The case will be closely watched as it unfolds in the coming months.

Stay tuned for updates on this developing story as more details emerge during the trial proceedings.


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Article Title: Music teacher Janelle Colville Fletcher pleads not guilty to sexually abusing a child
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