By Bobby Bordelon
A former Greenbrier West High School (GWHS) counselor was sentenced in Federal District Court of Southern West Virginia after she plead guilty to altering a student's grades in order to receive scholarship money.
Mellissa Krystynak was originally indicted on six counts relating to her alleged use of access to the school's grading programs to change her daughter's grades, then applying for and receiving over $10,000 in merit-based financial scholarships. In January, she plead guilty to mail fraud, count one of the indictment.
Read more in the Monday, May 20, 2019, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.