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.
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — 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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