A former St. Louis County school superintendent who has not contested charges of felony theft and tax fraud has gotten thirty days in jail. Former Riverview Gardens Superintendent Henry Williams must repay the school system more than $100,000. A judge had sentenced him to ten years in prison, then suspended the sentence and put Williams on five years probation with 30 days of shock jail time. He resigned after being accused of putting more than $100,000 of school district money into a personal life insurance fund, cheating on travel reimbursements and understating his income.