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Former Atlanta Superintendent Turns Herself Into Jail

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Atlanta, GA (WXIA) -- 31 of the indicted educators accused in the Atlanta Public School cheating scandal have turned themselves in to the Fulton County Jail.

Four indicted educators have not reported to the jail. They include two former principals. Lucious Brown, former principal at Kennedy Middle School, Willie Davenport, former principal at D.H. Stanton Elementary School, Lera Middlebrooks, and Clarietta Davis have not turned themselves in.

Here are the people who've turned themselves in so far, their charges and their bond amounts:

Beverly Hall (Former Superintendent) - Racketeering, theft by taking, false statements and false swearing - Out on $200,000 bond

Armstead Salters (Principal at Gideons Elementary) - Racketeering, false statements and influencing witnesses - $100,000 bond posted

Tabeeka Jordan (Assistant Principal Deerwood Elementary) - Racketeering, theft by taking, false statements - $10,000 bond

Desai Curb (Teacher at Dobbs Elementary) - Racketeering, false statements - $60,000 bond

Gloria Ivey (Teacher at Dunbar Elementary) - Racketeering and false statements - $50,000 bond

Sheila Evans - Racketeering, theft by taking, false statements - out on $400,000 bond

Carol Dennis (Secretary at Kennedy Middle School) - Racketeering and false statements - out on $20,000 bond

Sheridan Rogers (Testing Coordinator Gideons Elementary) -Racketeering and false statements - $50,000 bond

Theresia Copeland (Testing Coordinator Benteen Elementary) - Racketeering, theft by taking and false statements -  out on $50,000 (10% option) bond

Donald Bullock (Testing Coordinator Usher-Collier Heights Elementary) - Racketeering, false statements and false swearing - $1 million bond

Tameka Goodson (School improvement specialist at Kennedy Middle School) - Racketeering and false statements - out on $40,000 (10% option) bond

Starlette Mitchell (Parks Middle School teacher) - Racketeering and false statements - $50,000 bond

Gregory Reid (Parks Middle School Asst. Principal) - Racketeering, false statements and false swearing - out on $50,000 bond

Lisa Terry (teacher at Humphries Elementary) - Racketeering, theft by taking, false statements - $50,000 bond

Sandra Ward (testing coordinator at ParksMiddle School) - Racketeering, theft by taking, false statements - Out on $50,000 bond

Angela Williamson (teacher at Dobbs Elementary) - Racketeering, false statements and false swearing - Out on $60,000 bond

Ingrid Abella-Sly (teacher at Humphries Elementary)- Racketeering, theft by taking and making false statements - $50,000 bond

Wendy Ahmed (teacher at Humphries Elementary) - Racketeering, theft by taking and making false statements - Out on $50,000 bond

Christopher Waller, Principal at Parks Middle School

Francis Mack, Testing coordinator at D.H. Stanton Elementary

Shayla Smith, Teacher at Dobbs Elementary

Derrick Broadwater, Teacher at Dobbs Elementary

Pamela Cleveland, Teacher at Dunbar Elementary 

Shani Robinson, Teacher at Dunbar Elementary 

Sharon Davis-Williams

Michael Pitts

Tamara Cotman

The 35 educators, including former superintendent Dr. Beverly Hall, must surrender by the end of the day.

A grand jury hearing the APS case suggested a $7.5 million bond for former superintendent Beverly Hall.  Tuesday that bond was reduced to $200,000.  If convicted, she faces up to 45 years in prison.

Tuesday afternoon, former DeKalb County District Attorney J. Tom Morgan announced that he is one of the attorneys representing Hall in this case.

According to a jail spokesman, the 35 people will be processed as individuals. Because they were already indicted, they will not have first appearances, but they will have bond hearings.

Upon arriving at the jail, the educators will be fingerprinted, have mug shots taken and given an opportunity to post bail.

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