Former suburban Chicago school principal Daniel Markofski has been sentenced to a year in prison and 18 months of supervision for sex acts with two teenagers.
Markofski was charged in April, after police said they found him watching pornography with two teenage girls at a Super-8 Motel in Glendale, Wis. The girls, now ages 16 and 17, were in various states of undress, according to police reports.
After Markofski completes his prison and supervision sentence, he will be required to register as a sex offender for the following 15 years.
Markofski was removed from his post as principal at Spring Grove Elementary following his arrest in April. After the incident, Nippersink District 2 officials denied Markofski’s resignation request and fired him.
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