PEEKSKILL, N.Y. -- The Peekskill School District isn't sure if the teacher who was fined half of her annual salary for altering answers on a Regents exam will return to the classroom, according to LoHud.com.
Allison Risoli was found guilty on four counts by a hearing officer including two counts of changing the Regents exam grades of two students and was fined $62,293.50.
The district said following the fine that Risoli was allowed to return to the classroom if she so chose, but the district has not yet heard from her regarding her intentions, LoHud.com reported.
Risoli also faces criminal charges for her actions. The trial is scheduled to begin on Oct. 20, LoHud.com said.
- 1 Man, 22, Charged In Tire-Slashing Incidents In Peekskill
- 2 Valentine Grocery In Peekskill Fined For Alcohol Sale To A Minor
- 3 Actor/Director Charged With Possession Of Child Porn, Westchester DA Says
- 4 Hudson Valley Gateway Hosts Annual Expo In Peekskill
- 5 Ramp Closure, Heavy Delays On Taconic State Parkway