INDIANAPOLIS - A former assistant principal at Washington Community High School is set to be released from jail Friday, the same day he was sentenced to 30 days in jail after an inappropriate relationship with a 16-year-old girl.
Corey Greenwood, 41, who also served as the district's athletic director, pleaded guilty two weeks ago to one count of child seduction and one count of obstruction of justice.
Greenwood was originally charged with five counts of child seduction and two counts of obstruction of justice after police said he had five sexual encounters with the victim over a two-week period last year, including one in his school office.
Under terms of a plea agreement, Greenwood will be on probation for six years and is to have no contact with minors, except for his son, for six years. He had already served the prison sentence.
Greenwood will also be required to register as a sex offender and will have a permanent felony conviction record, prosecutors said.
Greenwood sent the girl more than 1,400 text messages, some explicit, that authorities later recovered, police said.
The plea deal was offered so the victim would not have to endure a trial, prosecutors said.