We all want our kids to do well in school, but a Lehigh County, Pennsylvania mom has taken it to extremes.
Catherine Venusto used the superintendent's password to access her school district's grading system and then changed her children's grades. According to court records, Venusto changed her daughter's F to an M (for medical leave), and her son's grade from a 98 percent to a 99 percent.
Catherine has admitted to changing the grades and to using the superintendent's passwords to read district emails and employee files.
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