Friday, April 13, 2007

On School Grounds

Principal, teacher resign after racy DVD made public

A principal and a science teacher at a south suburban elementary school resigned this week after a video of them allegedly having sex on school grounds was made public to parents and the news media, CLTV reported.

The video also shows the principal and another staff member at Sandridge Elementary School in Lynwood allegedly engaged in sex acts.

Parents whose children attend the school received DVD copies of the video in the mail. It is not known who mailed the DVD to parents and local media outlets, or why.

A DVD received by CLTV had a Flossmoor postmark, the cable news operation reported.

Principal Leroy Coleman cited health reasons for his resignation Thursday, and science teacher Janet Lofton cited family illness, Sandridge Elementary School District 172 attorney John Izzo told CLTV. The status of the second staff member was not immediately clear.

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