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May 20, 2016

Philly nun found guilty of DUI won't return to Little Flower H.S. this school year

Philadelphia nun and Little Flower High School teacher Sister Kimberly Miller won’t be returning to class this school year.

According to, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia has opted to keep a substitute teacher in her place at least until next school year.

This year’s school year ends June 17. Her teaching status for the 2016-17 school year will be decided later by the Office of Catholic Education, said.

Miller was found guilty on April 20 of drunken driving in a November 2015 incident in South Jersey.

During last month’s hearing, her driving privileges in New Jersey were suspended for 90 days, the minimum sentence for a first-offense conviction, and she was ordered to pay fines and fees of about $650.

Since the incident, Miller has been on administrative leave from her job as a librarian and teacher at Little Flower High School.

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