Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

Former Lyndhurst H.S. Sub Has Credentials Revoked

Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

Former Lyndhurst H.S. Sub Has Credentials Revoked

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A former Lyndhurst High School substitute had his substitute teaching credentials revoked after he plead guilty to a number of charges, including viewing child pornography.

Jonathan Jasinski plead guilty in September. The New Jersey State Board of Examiners on Jan. 19 revoked his credentials, which were set to expire in 2020. His conviction resulted in his disqualification from public school employment.

Jonathan Jasinski was arrested last February and charged with possession of child pornography and endangering the welfare of a child after an investigation revealed that Jasinski used the internet and social media applications to contact several underage girls.

Investigators discovered that Jasinski allegedly exchanged sexually explicit videos and photos with the girls.

Prior to his arrest, Jasinski had worked as a full-time substitute teacher in the high school as well as the in-school suspension officer, assistant coach of the baseball team and volunteer hockey coach. …

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