No criminal charges will be filed in connection with the distribution of confidential student data from the Capital College Preparatory Academy.
State’s Attorney John Milhiser agrees with the assessment of Springfield police that criminal charges are not warranted.
Three District 186 employees are on paid leave and face further disciplinary action for their role in the incident.
The police report indicates one worker generated a document with student names and test scores, at the request of another employee, outside of normal school district procedures.
A third worker then allegedly tried to have computer files deleted to cover up the fact that the information had been accessed.