Teacher Living With Student Wins Appeal

Lenore Ulaszek, who worked at Hoffman Estates High School, was accused by the Department of Children and Family Services of having an inappropriate relationship with a student who lived with her

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    Lenore Ulaszek won her appeal against the Department of Children and Family Services after being accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student who lived with her.

    A Hoffman Estates High School math teacher has won her appeal against the Department of Children and Family Services who accused her of having an inappropriate relationship with a student who lived with her.

    Lenore Ulaszek resigned after school officials learned a male student was living in her home.

    Officials announced Friday that Ulaszek had won her appeal against the agency.

    D.C.F.S. believed there was reasonable cause to suspect a sexual relationship has occurred between Ulaszek and the student.

    However, Ulaszek said she had been tutoring the student and took him in after learning his mother was planning to move. She feared the child would fall behind in school without her help.

    An investigation conducted by the Hoffman Estates Police Department in January found no evidence that Ulaszek broke the law.