ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (CBS) — A teenager has pleaded guilty in the April crash that claimed the life of Robbinsville Schools Superintendent Dr. Steven Mayer.

Authorities are withholding the teenager’s name because she was a juvenile at the time of crash.

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The crash happened on April 19 when the student, who was on her way to school, struck and killed Mayer while he was jogging near his home.

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His dog was also killed in the accident.

The teen driver entered guilty pleas to leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident resulting in death, and a citation for careless driving.

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Officials say under the terms of the plea agreement, the driver will be sentenced to a probationary term of three years and her license will be suspended for two years. She will also be required to perform 200 hours of community service.