Teacher Guilty of Theft of $25,000 From School

December 31, 2008 at 4:30 pm Leave a comment

For her involvement in a scheme to bill a board of education $25,000 for School Council Leadership meetings that never occurred, Keah Worthy, a former elementary school teacher, pleaded guilty to a third-degree charge of theft by deception.

Worthy resigned as a teacher at the school and will be banned from public employment in her state permanently. She is likely facing a sentence of probation.

Worthy is one of four involved in the scheme that saw other teachers pressured to sign blank attendance sheets in an attempt to receive extra wages for meetings that never took place. They were also charged with tampering with witnesses.

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