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Lawsuit alleges Minooka school principal put confidential meeting on iTunes

Published: Friday, April 4, 2014 1:21 p.m. CDT

MINOOKA – A lawsuit filed in Will County alleges that the principal of Minooka South High School shared student records on iTunes.

The lawsuit was filed March 18 on behalf of parent Kelly Klepec against the district and school Principal Darcie Kubinski.

The lawsuit alleges that on Jan. 31 Kubinski posted a recording from a closed-session school board meeting where Klepec's child's discipline records were discussed. The discipline record was being discussed as part of a 2012 "bullying incident" at the school.

Minooka school officials were not immediately available for comment.

A written statement from the Collins Law Firm in Naperville, which represents the family, said the lawsuit was filed after attempts to address the issue with the school district failed.

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