Charles "C.J." Jungblom
Davenport High School,
Davenport School District
For years, this basketball coach and counselor
passed out modeling contracts to struggling female students that offered
for sexually explicit
photos and videos.
About a dozen teachers, students and parents complained to school
administrators about the contracts and other misconduct, but they
didn't stop Jungblom.
School Superintendent David Iverson told one mother that she "was
wrongfully accusing" Jungblom and that an investigation would "further
malign (his) character," according to court records.
In 1993, that mother found out her daughter had made a sexually explicit
video for the coach, but this time, the mother went to federal authorities.
Jungblom pleaded guilty to sexual exploitation of a minor in 1994
and was sentenced to 57 months in prison.
The girl and her family sued the school district for ignoring complaints
about Jungblom and allowing him to prey on students. The district
reached a $5 million settlement with this family and one other victim,
Today, Quintana is still suffering.
"I've fought anorexia off and on for probably 15 years now," she
said. "In seventh grade it got really bad. I remember my grandmother
sitting on the couch saying, 'Please eat,' crying to me ... "
Jungblom said in an interview that he is collecting retirement benefits
and umpiring girls and adult softball games.
Ronald "Dean" Stainbrook
Auburn High School, Auburn School District
Washington High School, Franklin Pierce School District
As track and
cross-country coach at Auburn, Stainbrook had a history of sexual-misconduct
complaints from 1994 to 1996. Girls on his teams
complained of unwanted touching, and he was reprimanded twice by Auburn
Stainbrook left the school and was hired as a coach in 1998 by the Franklin
Pierce School District, even though it knew of his misconduct. Before
he started work, district officials warned him not to repeat the behaviors
that got him in trouble in Auburn.
But girls on the Washington High track team told district officials that
Stainbrook grabbed their buttocks and stared at their breasts. When girls
did stretches, he positioned himself between their legs or up against
their bodies, according to school records.
" He was choosing (a certain girl) and put his face in her crotch," during
stretches, said then-assistant track coach Chad Lee, who reported Stainbrook
to the principal.
Stainbrook left the school in May 2000 after being told he was no longer
needed as cross-country coach. The Office of Superintendent of Public
Instruction (OSPI) reprimanded Stainbrook in 2001 for the misconduct.
Lee said Stainbrook's teaching license "should be revoked and burned
15 times. He shouldn't be around any kids."
Highline High School,
Highline School District
While patrolling behind a grade school at 1:40
a.m. in October 1997, a Des Moines police officer discovered soccer coach
Hayashi with a 15-year-old
girl, hiding under a blanket in the back of his Ford Explorer.
Police later were given love letters written by the 45-year-old coach
to the girl, who played on his soccer team, and to other students.
Police also learned that Kathy Foley, a school administrative assistant,
had warned school officials earlier that Hayashi was developing what
she believed were inappropriately close relationships with several students.
Foley said Highline school officials didn't investigate her complaint
from the mid-1990s; Hayashi's file also gives no indication that school
officials pursued Foley's complaint.
The girl's parents obtained a restraining order to keep the coach away
from her, but the girl was reluctant to cooperate with police. She and
Hayashi denied a physical relationship, and no charges were filed.
Hayashi resigned as English teacher and coach in January 1998.
Three years later, the OSPI concluded its investigation and determined
it had cause to revoke his license for "lack of good moral character" and "unprofessional
conduct, including acts of immorality."
Hayashi surrendered his license voluntarily.