Thursday, May 10, 2012

Grade-Tamperer Accused of Forgery - Updated

(Chicago, Illinois) Former special education teacher Sara Glashagel is in trouble again.
Sara M. Glashagel, 27, of the 1100 block of Hawthorne Lane in Elk Grove Village, was arrested Friday on a forgery warrant and subsequently charged with 24 counts of forgery, DeKalb police Lt. Gary Spangler said.

Glashagel was working in the Roselle area as a sales representative for DeKalb-based American Marketing & Publishing, Spangler said. She allegedly sold advertising to fictitious companies or real companies she did not visit and submitting the bogus contracts to collect commission payments.

Police said she submitted some real contracts along with the fraudulent ones, but the scan was uncovered in early March when a company complained that it had not purchased ads, Spangler said.
Details on booking are unavailable.

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Grade-Tampering Teacher Gets Tsk-Tsk - Updated
[Previous 2/25/12 post]
(Chicago, Illinois) Former special education teacher Sara Glashagel has pleaded guilty to computer tampering in a scheme to inflate the grades of dozens of students, mostly football players with grades too low to achieve eligibility.

As a result,
Twenty-seventy-year-old Sara Glashagel of Elk Grove Village has been sentenced to 12 months of probation and has to serve 80 hours of public service.

Her husband is the head football coach at Antioch Community High School.

She's been ordered not to have contact with the school, but she can attend football events.
Curiously, one must wonder whether Coach Glashagel was aware or part of the grade-changing plot.

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Illinois Teacher Accused of Computer Tampering
[Previous 11/22/11 post]
(Chicago, Illinois) A 27-year-old English teacher at Antioch Community High School, Sara Glashagel, has been accused of tampering with her school's computer primarily to inflate the grades of ineligible football players.

Glashagel is the wife of the school's head football coach.
Investigators determined that on five separate occasions Glashagel gained unauthorized access to the school’s computer database and on each occasion changed numerous students’ grades.

Glashagel is accused of changing the grades of 64 students, including 41 football players, WMAQ-TV reported.

Police said she inflated 240 grades over a weeklong period in September, the station added.
Glashagel was booked into custody and released on $1,000 bond.

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