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Passaic High School
Print Shop
1993

Examining irregularities within the Passaic School District, the Commission reported on an industrial arts supervisors use of high school facilities, supplies, faculty on overtime and work-study students to conduct a private printing business at taxpayer expense. The supervisor, Lawrence Mayo, was sentenced and ordered to pay restitution in early 1995 based upon criminal charges stemming from the Commissionís probe.

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