A. J. Kato reports:
Former Seven Peaks School principal Megan Martin is being sued by the school for allegedly downloading private documents about students and staff.
In court papers filed Friday, the school alleges Martin “improperly and without authorization downloaded thousands of the School’s electronically stored files… (containing) highly sensitive student and parent information.” The document gives psychological evaluations of students as an example.
The lawsuit states Martin was fired on Sept. 7 and accessed the files both before and after her termination, once on Sept. 6 and again on Sept. 11. It states 5,912 files were downloaded.
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