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Former Lyndhurst Coach, Substitute Teacher Who Pleaded Guilty in Porn Case Has Credentials Revoked

By kcora on
Lyndhurst

A former Lyndhurst high school substitute teacher, coach had his teaching credentials revoked after he admitted exchanging sexually explicit videos and photographs with students.

According to authorities, 26-year-old Jonathan Jasinski, a former full-time substitute teacher, in-school suspension officer, and assistant coach for the hockey and baseball teams at Lyndhurst High School, resigned from his jobs at the school before he was arrested.

Bergen County Prosecutor Gurbir S. Grewal said an investigation revealed that Jasinski utilized the internet and social media applications to communicate with several juvenile females and also exchanged sexually explicit videos and photographs with these juveniles.

State Board of Examiners said Jasinski last year, pleaded guilty to endangering the welfare of children, according to the

As part of the plea, he is disqualified from public school employment and the state revoked his substitute credential, which would have expired in two years.

In addition, Jasinski received five years in prison, but the term was suspended. Although the sentence was suspended, he was required to register for Megan's Law, have parole supervision for life, but he is able to apply for termination of each of these after 15 years and ordered not to have contact with the victims.