Coral Springs Middle School Teacher Charged With DUI In Boca

Joanna Sadowski

Joanna Sadwoski, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

UPDATE: Monday, 7:01p: We have obtained the arrest report. Click here.

UPDATE: Monday, 3:17pm: We have learned that Sadowski was on the cusp of being three times the legal limit — if the accusation is correct. Police says her blood alcohol content was recorded as .222 and .215. The legal limit is .08.

Breath results .222 and .215 and she was processed at BRPD and then TOT

BOCA RATON, FL ( — Joanna Megan Sadwoski, an English and Gifted teacher at Coral Springs Middle School — according to the school’s website — is just out of jail following her early morning DUI arrest by Boca Raton police.

Sadowski, 41, was booked into the Palm Beach County jail at 6:58 this morning and released on her own recognizance around 1:30p.

We expect to obtain the complete arrest report on Monday.

State records show that Sadowski, of Lake Worth, holds certification to teach English, grades 5 to 9, Gifted, and English as a Second Language (ESOL).

She has no criminal record in Palm Beach County.

We will reach out to the Broward County School District Monday for an official statement on teachers facing a criminal charge as the school year gets underway.

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  3 comments for “Coral Springs Middle School Teacher Charged With DUI In Boca

  1. Steve
    August 3, 2014 at 5:55 pm

    The school system needs to make an example of this woman. She should be suspended for life. This type of behavior is unacceptable. The Teacher’s Union should be ashamed.

  2. Greg
    August 4, 2014 at 6:24 am

    Really? Why is that because she is a school teacher? What if she was a carpenter, lawyer or a doctor? Should any of those people be denied of their ability to make a living for the same offense? The system already has penalties set up for this. Why damage her career for a poor decision she made in her personal life that occurred outside of the school year. Fortunately, nobody else was hurt in this situation and she will pay dearly for this victimless crime as it is. Politicians and athletes have done much worse and received less of a punishment than you suggest.

  3. robert
    August 4, 2014 at 4:49 pm

    Everyone makes mistakes. Fortunately no one was hurt in result to her driving under the influence. Why destroy her career and remove a teacher who obviously knows how to do her job.
    It’s summertime now and she’s going to be dealing with all these brats in August. Your brats. There are too many other things going on in the schools to be worried about this.

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