The financial mismanagement of the Roxbury School Board continues…
For example, did you know that the Roxbury School Board hired yet another administrator to “educate” district employees on how to save money through energy conservation? However, it was recently confirmed that this program, instead of saving taxpayer money, actually lost tens of thousands of dollars!
Did you know that the board is threatening to outsource our district cafeteria staff, many of whom only make 10 to 12 dollars per hour? The cafeteria is a department that has the potential to pay for itself, but leave it to this board to target some of the most underpaid employees in the entire district rather than owning up to their lack of oversight of the previous administrative team who was asleep at the wheel when they were supposed to be monitoring the monthly financial status of the food service department.
Did you know that during the last several school board meetings, this board could not even approve simple employee travel expenses or accept resignations because there are so many board members who must recuse themselves due to financial conflicts of interest?
Now, the New Jersey Commissioner of Education has ordered the Roxbury School Board to pay the legal fees of a prior school board member who was the victim of slanderous and false accusations of the board majority and prior administration. Roxbury School Board President Carol Sheneck, Vice President Terry D’Agostino and prior Board President John Moschella would like you to believe that they had no part in the vicious political and legal attacks that were financed with the your tax dollars. However, it is now clear that these three cost the taxpayers of Roxbury hundreds of thousands of dollars in senseless legal bills.
Aren’t you tired of your tax dollars being held hostage by a few elite politicians who say they are here for the children, but instead frivolously squander your tax dollars which they are entrusted to spend wisely?
Today, we ask you to join us in calling for the resignation of Scheneck, D’Agostino and Moschella. Figuratively and literally, the taxpayers of Roxbury cannot afford their careless leadership anymore.