A former Lawrence school superintendent has been ordered to repay $10,000 after being convicted of using school resources for himself.
The former superintendent of the Lawrence school system has been sentenced to 90 days in jail after his conviction for using school resources for his own gain.
Prosecutors said LaBoy used his office for his own personal gain and took a kickback from a contractor working with the system.
Testimony began Tuesday in the trial of former Lawrence school superintendent Wilfredo Laboy, who allegedly used school property and personnel for personal use.
All traces of a fired superintendent of Lawrence schools, who is facing fraud and embezzlement charges, are being removed from the new high school he helped build.