“Instead, I kept all the money that she gave me for myself,’’ he said in a signed statement.The Levittown School District said it learned about the allegations on Friday, when The Post inquired, saying it was “shocked.” “Our district takes these allegations very seriously, and will be looking into this further,” Superintendent Tonie Mc Donald said.The intersection of the secular and religious in Flemish painting also surfaces in Jan van Eyck's double portrait Giovanni Arnolfini and His Bride.
Scaduto, 36, carried out his sob-story schemes while serving as assistant principal and athletic director at the HS for Construction Trades, Engineering and Architecture, in Ozone Park.
With investigators at his heels, he quickly resigned in August 2015 from the city Department of Education — which has since banned him from future employment — and landed a higher-paying gig at Mac Arthur HS in Levittown, LI.
She found Scaduto “never left his residence.” The first teacher finally told the second “it was all lies; there was no Tom or SCI investigation.” The second teacher confronted Scaduto, who admitted he lied to her and returned the money, according to the report.
Scaduto, who joined the DOE in 2007, made $122,236 at the Queens vocational high school in 2014-15. Last month — nearly two years after Scaduto quit his city job, the Conflicts of Interest Board announced it had fined Scaduto $7,000 for violating a law forbidding employees “to request and/or obtain money, favors, or things of value from a subordinate.” He admitted to the board his charitable cause was fake and he lied to a teacher about needing money for legal expenses.
The second teacher told investigators she and Scaduto had a “close emotional relationship but maintained it was not sexual,” SCI says.
As the two grew closer, Scaduto told her he was a “Big Brother mentor” to 8-year-old “Tom,” who had cancer.You have no obligation to purchase the product once you know the price. Our price is lower than the manufacturer's "minimum advertised price." As a result, we cannot show you the price in catalog or the product page.You have no obligation to purchase the product once you know the price. This boot’s calf leather quarter is inspired by pre-Renaissance European art, with studding as well as contrast stitching outlining the patterns.The modern, straight topline in the front is complemented by a soft scallop at the back. Product Feature: Our price is lower than the manufacturer's "minimum advertised price." As a result, we cannot show you the price in catalog or the product page.It is not constructed by any one of them alone, although each of us is responsible for the orchestration of our own responses..." (Linda Seidel, Jan Van Eyck's Arnolfini Portrait: Stories of an Icon, Cambridge University Press, 1993, p. Seidel reminds us in the quotation above that we should not understand our role as a passive one in which we simply reflect the "found" or "given" meaning of a work of art.