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Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:27 am

Is Scott Blake’s 10-year sentence for soliciting a minor fair? by Opinion Staff
U.S. District Judge Kenneth Ryskamp on Wednesday sentenced a former middle school principal to 10 years in prison followed by 10 years of probation for trying to arrange sex with a minor.
[url=http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/opinionzone/files/2013/01/blakerotate.jpg][img]http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/opinionzone/files/2013/01/blakerotate-300x195.jpg[/img][/url]Scott Blake appears in court after his arrest in July, 2012. (Palm Beach Post photo)


Scott Blake, who held several administration jobs in the Palm Beach County school district – most recently principal of Polo Park Middle School in Wellington – was arrested over the summer after sending soliciting emails to a person he thought was a 15-year-old boy. It was an undercover agent.
Blake drove his car to Boynton Beach for a rendezvous, and was picked up by police.
Blake, 47, pleaded guilty.
In this case, he was sentenced for what he tried to do. But his emails claimed that he previously had had sex with a minor.
Several high-profile people urged the judge to be lenient. Former County Commissioner Karen Marcus wrote that “Scott Blake is a good person and has served his community well in the past.” Blake had been an administrator at a school attended by Ms. Marcus’ children. Blake also had supported Ms. Marcus in the 1990s, when she was working to ease school crowding by putting limits on residential development.
Former Superintendent Bill Malone wrote that, “I trust Scott Blake, and would be honored to serve with him in the future. I hope he can be returned to society soon.”
Well, 10 years is relatively soon. His plea agreement stipulated that his sentence would be from 10 years to life in prison.
However, as [url=http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/news/crime-law/judge-sentences-ex-wellington-middle-school-princi/nT978/]The Post reported[/url], the judge said he thought that in Blake’s case the sentence might be too long.
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Anonymous

Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:37 am

"Former Superintendent Bill Malone wrote that, “I trust Scott Blake, and would be honored to serve with him in the future. I hope he can be returned to society soon.”
Well, 10 years is relatively soon. His plea agreement stipulated that his sentence would be from 10 years to life in prison."

WTF???????????
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Anonymous

Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Wed Feb 27, 2013 4:04 pm

Q. Why is the Palm Beach School District, so corrupt?????

A. Nat Harrington is one answer.
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Anonymous

Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Wed Feb 27, 2013 6:36 pm

[quote="Anonymous"]Q. Why is the Palm Beach School District, so corrupt?????

A. Nat Harrington is one answer.[/quote]

He is a PIO. STFU moron!
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Anonymous

Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Wed Feb 27, 2013 9:20 pm

[quote="Anonymous"][quote="Anonymous"]Q. Why is the Palm Beach School District, so corrupt?????

A. Nat Harrington is one answer.[/quote]

He is a PIO. STFU moron![/quote]


That's the problem. He spreads the disinformation, and covers up county employees actions.

That cover provides a culture of corruption, as the kids when not abused, are dumbed down.....

Nat Harrington's double speech:
[url=http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/region_c_palm_beach_county/west_palm_beach/autistic-student-bitten-by-substitute-teacher]http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/region_c_palm_beach_county/west_palm_beach/autistic-student-bitten-by-substitute-teacher[/url]
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Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Sat Mar 02, 2013 9:54 pm

Mr. Chiu,

I think there may be more victims, within your school district.

They may be afraid to come forth.
Others may have received positions, in exchange for favors.
Whatever the case, regarding Mr. Gent, these type of claims are not new.

Please find the following tags, to get the mindset of the perp.
If what I think is going on, is true, I wanted to make an appeal.

I think it should be noted that,
Thomas Jefferson had the same management format, in place for years,
and it never got in the way of his job.
http://www.pbs.org/wnet/slavery/experience/gender/history2.html

I hope I've been instrumental.
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Anonymous

Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Mon Mar 04, 2013 9:45 pm

School Board Members destroying records again?

Palm Beach County is a very corrupt place.

The Palm Beach County School Police is abusive to children.
Parents should never leave their kids w/ strangers.

The schools public information officer, and the board members, are always deceptive to the parents.

http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/news/local-education/parents-sue-school-board-over-autistic-sons-treatm/nWgr2/
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Anonymous

Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Mon Mar 04, 2013 9:51 pm

[quote="Anonymous"]"Former Superintendent Bill Malone wrote that, “I trust Scott Blake, and would be honored to serve with him in the future. I hope he can be returned to society soon.”
Well, 10 years is relatively soon. His plea agreement stipulated that his sentence would be from 10 years to life in prison."

WTF???????????[/quote]


It looks like Mr. Gent, is using a smoke screen, to continue dating the multi-cultural, worker bees.

Membership has it rewards....

[url=http://www.racismreview.com/blog/2011/04/16/white-mens-hostility-to-black-women-a-deeper-look/]http://www.racismreview.com/blog/2011/04/16/white-mens-hostility-to-black-women-a-deeper-look/[/url]
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Anonymous

Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Thu Mar 07, 2013 12:00 am

This teacher was just following PBC School District Policies.

Ask Mr. Gent.

http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/region_c_palm_beach_county/greenacres/mary-maloney-palm-springs-teacher-offers-police-officer-sexual-favor-after-dui-arrest-police-say
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Anonymous

Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Tue Mar 12, 2013 11:38 pm

Why did Nat Harrington, The Chief Information Officer, for The Palm Beach School District, intentionally omit the installation of the School Districts IG Corruption Hotline?

I don't see the Grand Opening of the Corruption Hotline listed.

I heard the School District IG Lung Chiu does not want the work, of fielding complaints, made about his buddies.

Nat does many Quid Pro Quo's for Lung Chiu.
Official incest is the norm at the school district.

The FEDS need to pay attention, and apply RICO to this school district.







Knowledge is power!



To be effective employees and education advocates, parents, employees and community members need to be fully aware of what's going on in our dynamic school district. For all press releases, visit the Public Affairs News Web site at http://news.palmbeach.k12.fl.us/pao/.





PBC School District Press Releases


Subject: Fw: "Get In The Loop" - District Press Releases (3/12/13)


LATEST HEADLINES:
1.Forest Hill Elementary School Community Goes Above and Beyond for Autism Awareness
2."Blessings In A Backpack" Third-Graders At Village Academy Take Home More Than Homework On Fridays
3.Palm Beach County Schools Wear Purple To Support Epilepsy Awareness
4.Boca Raton Elementary Holds All Pro Dads Event
5.3rd Annual Royal Palm Beach Schools Art Showcase
6.Parents, Learn More About Common Core State Standards And What Its Means For Your Child
7.Wellington High's Debate Team Become Champions For The Third Time
8.Omni Middle Students' Projects Win The Gold Medal Award At FCCLA Competition
9.Students Name The New Member Of School Police Department
10.Poinciana Elementary Students' Innovative Science Project Earns First Place Research Award
11.Students Clash In Battle Of The Books, 1,770 Compete In Unique Reading Contest
12.Egret Lake Elementary Celebrates Black History Month and Arts Integration
13.High School Students Prove to be Outstanding Achievers in Science!
14.Middle School Student Awarded President's Volunteer Service Award
15.Royal Palm Beach High Speech and Debate Student Best in the Nation
16.DEADLINE EXTENDED! Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Triunfo Scholarship
17.Scales, Tails, and Teeth a Highlight of Diamond View Family Carnival Day
18.Calling All Middle School Poets: Enter the District Poetry Competition!
19.Lantana Elementary Afterschool Programs Hosts Trip to a Broadway Show at the Kravis
20.Local Educator Selected As One of 24 Expert Educators Worldwide
21.'Congress In The Classroom' - Eagles Landing Middle School 7th Grade Students Learn About U.S. Government Through Congressman Visit
22.Never Too Early to Prepare for College! Pine Jog Elementary Students Receive Scholarships
23.Boynton Beach High School Dance Academy Presents The 2013 Spring Dance Concert
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Anonymous

Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Fri Mar 15, 2013 11:11 pm

I heard Nat Harrington, and Chuck Shaw are a couple.

Is this true?
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Anonymous

Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Sun Mar 17, 2013 11:13 pm

Palm Beach School Police sets up check points @ Spanish river HS.

http://youtu.be/Aq-G4HATiC8
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Anonymous

Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Sat Mar 23, 2013 7:28 pm

Child Abuse, Endorsed by the Palm Beach County School Board.


It seems fitting, that the science fair, kids menu taste test, will be held at the zoo.
[url=http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/region_c_palm_beach_county/west_palm_beach/autistic-student-bitten-by-substitute-teacher]http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/region_c_palm_beach_county/west_palm_beach/autistic-student-bitten-by-substitute-teacher[/url]
[url=http://news.palmbeach.k12.fl.us/pao/2013/03/21/very-special-science-fair-instills-scientific-inquiry-in-disabled-students/]http://news.palmbeach.k12.fl.us/pao/2013/03/21/very-special-science-fair-instills-scientific-inquiry-in-disabled-students/[/url]
I think Gent, has Scott Blake, working the little boys room stalls.
He cums highly recomended from our leaders in education.

Superintendent wrote that, “I trust Scott Blake, and would be honored to serve with him in the future. I hope he can be returned to society soon.”

Is Scott Blake’s 10-year sentence for soliciting a minor fair? by Opinion Staff
U.S. District Judge Kenneth Ryskamp on Wednesday sentenced a former middle school principal to 10 years in prison followed by 10 years of probation for trying to arrange sex with a minor.




[quote="Anonymous"]Is Scott Blake’s 10-year sentence for soliciting a minor fair? by Opinion Staff
U.S. District Judge Kenneth Ryskamp on Wednesday sentenced a former middle school principal to 10 years in prison followed by 10 years of probation for trying to arrange sex with a minor.
[url=http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/opinionzone/files/2013/01/blakerotate.jpg][img]http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/opinionzone/files/2013/01/blakerotate-300x195.jpg[/img][/url]Scott Blake appears in court after his arrest in July, 2012. (Palm Beach Post photo)


Scott Blake, who held several administration jobs in the Palm Beach County school district – most recently principal of Polo Park Middle School in Wellington – was arrested over the summer after sending soliciting emails to a person he thought was a 15-year-old boy. It was an undercover agent.
Blake drove his car to Boynton Beach for a rendezvous, and was picked up by police.
Blake, 47, pleaded guilty.
In this case, he was sentenced for what he tried to do. But his emails claimed that he previously had had sex with a minor.
Several high-profile people urged the judge to be lenient. Former County Commissioner Karen Marcus wrote that “Scott Blake is a good person and has served his community well in the past.” Blake had been an administrator at a school attended by Ms. Marcus’ children. Blake also had supported Ms. Marcus in the 1990s, when she was working to ease school crowding by putting limits on residential development.
Former Superintendent Bill Malone wrote that, “I trust Scott Blake, and would be honored to serve with him in the future. I hope he can be returned to society soon.”
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Anonymous

Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Sat Apr 19, 2014 10:03 pm

[quote="Anonymous"]Why did Nat Harrington, The Chief Information Officer, for The Palm Beach School District, intentionally omit the installation of the School Districts IG Corruption Hotline?

I don't see the Grand Opening of the Corruption Hotline listed.

I heard the School District IG Lung Chiu does not want the work, of fielding complaints, made about his buddies.

Nat does many Quid Pro Quo's for Lung Chiu.
Official incest is the norm at the school district.

The FEDS need to pay attention, and apply RICO to this school district.







Knowledge is power!



To be effective employees and education advocates, parents, employees and community members need to be fully aware of what's going on in our dynamic school district. For all press releases, visit the Public Affairs News Web site at http://news.palmbeach.k12.fl.us/pao/.





PBC School District Press Releases


Subject: Fw: "Get In The Loop" - District Press Releases (3/12/13)


LATEST HEADLINES:
1.Forest Hill Elementary School Community Goes Above and Beyond for Autism Awareness
2."Blessings In A Backpack" Third-Graders At Village Academy Take Home More Than Homework On Fridays
3.Palm Beach County Schools Wear Purple To Support Epilepsy Awareness
4.Boca Raton Elementary Holds All Pro Dads Event
5.3rd Annual Royal Palm Beach Schools Art Showcase
6.Parents, Learn More About Common Core State Standards And What Its Means For Your Child
7.Wellington High's Debate Team Become Champions For The Third Time
8.Omni Middle Students' Projects Win The Gold Medal Award At FCCLA Competition
9.Students Name The New Member Of School Police Department
10.Poinciana Elementary Students' Innovative Science Project Earns First Place Research Award
11.Students Clash In Battle Of The Books, 1,770 Compete In Unique Reading Contest
12.Egret Lake Elementary Celebrates Black History Month and Arts Integration
13.High School Students Prove to be Outstanding Achievers in Science!
14.Middle School Student Awarded President's Volunteer Service Award
15.Royal Palm Beach High Speech and Debate Student Best in the Nation
16.DEADLINE EXTENDED! Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Triunfo Scholarship
17.Scales, Tails, and Teeth a Highlight of Diamond View Family Carnival Day
18.Calling All Middle School Poets: Enter the District Poetry Competition!
19.Lantana Elementary Afterschool Programs Hosts Trip to a Broadway Show at the Kravis
20.Local Educator Selected As One of 24 Expert Educators Worldwide
21.'Congress In The Classroom' - Eagles Landing Middle School 7th Grade Students Learn About U.S. Government Through Congressman Visit
22.Never Too Early to Prepare for College! Pine Jog Elementary Students Receive Scholarships
23.Boynton Beach High School Dance Academy Presents The 2013 Spring Dance Concert[/quote]


Yes, The Palm Beach School Board has so much to offer. So many dedicated role models.


Former Royal Palm Beach high teacher, coach jailed on charges of luring child
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Anonymous

Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Mon Apr 21, 2014 9:14 pm

Supt. Gent seems to have Diane Underwood doing his dirty work for him, and Wanda Morelli is the gate keeper for the hoodlums on the Palm Beach County School Board.

Is it any wonder why kids are harmed????
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Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Sat May 17, 2014 1:14 am

"School board to vote on renewing property tax, numerous contracts.
The Palm Beach County School Board will vote on whether to ask voters to renew a property tax they say is crucial to the education schools are able to offer children".

So long as Board Member Fast Frank covers for Lung Chiu, The IG under investigation,
home owners will have to pay more, for less.
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Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Sun May 25, 2014 11:41 pm

A Palm Beach County School Board MEMBER, hands over the Inspector General's Bio, to a Whistle Blower.

http://youtu.be/awY1MRlMKMc
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Palm Beach School District / IG's office / School Police and Child Abuse

Postby Anonymous » Wed Jun 04, 2014 11:53 pm

Palm Beach County school board to decide on IG whistleblower complaint June 18
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By Jason Schultz
Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

The fate of Palm Beach County School District Inspector General Lung Chiu and
whether he will be fired or face any other discipline because of a retaliation
complaint filed against him by his former secretary, Marlene Verbiest, will be
decided by the school board in two weeks.

“This is not going to get better. We need to bring it in for a landing,” said board
member Debra Robinson as a special meeting was scheduled for June 18.

Verbiest, Chiu’s longtime secretary, filed the complaint in October. She alleged
that after she had complained about her work hours to Chiu and district officials,
Chiu had gone to human resources officials and sought to have her transferred.
Christine Hanley, a private attorney hired by the district to investigate, concluded
in her report that Verbiest’s complaint qualified as a whistleblower complaint and
Chiu’s attempt to get Verbiest transferred qualified as an attempt at retaliation.
Chiu’s attorney, Margaret Cooper, has vehemently denied the allegations and blasted
the quality of Hanley’s investigation. Cooper said Verbiest simply told Chiu she
would only work 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Cooper also argued that Chiu never tried to get Verbiest transferred.
The board on May 7 referred the investigation to the audit committee for a
recommendation. But board member Mike Murgio suggested the board already had all the
information it needed.

“It looks like we are going to get sued one way or another. So let’s just make a
decision that we think is the right decision,” Murgio said.
Vice Chairman Frank Barbieri suggested holding a special meeting this Friday or
Saturday but Jennifer Prior Brown and Karen Brill said they were not available.

Robinson suggested June 18 and Marcia Andrews also said the board needed to just get
the matter done already.
Brown and Brill both objected to a June 18 vote, saying it was too rushed.

“It troubles me a little bit to hear the suggestion ‘let’s just hurry up and do it.’
This is really important,” Brown said.

Brown said she wanted a legal opinion on whether, if the board accepts the findings
of Hanley’s report, that qualifies as cause to terminate Chiu. The inspector general
contract allows Chiu to be terminated only for cause and only with a vote of five
board members.

Barbieri angrily objected to General Counsel Julie Ann Rico hiring an outside
attorney, Eugene Pettis, and paying him up to $50,000, to handle legal issues
stemming from the Chiu investigation. Rico responded that her office could not
handle the voluminous public records requests coming from attorneys representing
both Chiu and Verbiest in anticipation of lawsuits.
Rico also said Pettis would be available on June 18.
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