NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Santa Fe Public Schools has settled a federal lawsuit over sexual assaults involving a now-former teacher. Gary Gregor is serving a 108-year sentence for molesting his students. In the latest settlement involving two victims, the district agreed to pay more than $7.2 million.
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Gregor was a teacher in Santa Fe and Espanola and so far, both school districts have paid more than $25 million in settlements. There are still four pending plaintiffs with suits against Gregor. He has two more pending criminal cases against him and is appealing his current conviction.