Criminal investigation over Churchill grade changes
The Montgomery County state’s attorney’s office has launched a criminal investigation into a grade-changing scheme at Winston Churchill High School in which 54 students’ grades were altered.
Almost 700 families at the school received letters this week informing them that the school had given their students’ grade records to the state’s attorney’s office.
The school has identified eight students as the ringleaders, and three of them are no longer enrolled at the school, according to a letter sent to parents Wednesday from Principal Joan C. Benz. Disciplinary action against the remaining five is “ongoing,” she said in the letter.
-- Michael Birnbaum
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