Mother accused of changing child’s grades in district computer


Police say Catherine Venusto, a former employee of the Northwestern Lehigh School District in New Tripoli, Pa., hacked into the school’s computer system to change her children’s grades, the Morning Call reports. According to the paper, court records show Venusto’s daughter went from a failing grade to having a “medical exception,” and her son’s grade of 98 rose to 99. The Associated Press reports Venusto admitted to changing the grades, though she maintained her actions were simply “unethical” — not illegal…

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