The former head of a Beaver County cyber charter school is still waiting for the government to provide an additional 288,000 documents as well as respond to his motion to dismiss the criminal case, so a federal judge should give Nicholas Trombetta another 60 days to file pretrial motions, his lawyers say in a motion filed Wednesday. A federal grand jury in August indicted Trombetta of East Liverpool, Ohio, on 11 counts of mail fraud, bribery, tax conspiracy and filing false tax returns. Trombetta is accused of using his position as the head of the PA Cyber Charter School and his control of several related entities to grab at least $1 million in tax dollars paid to the school, prosecutors say.
Pa. ups school funds, but district officials are down
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on July 02, 2014 at 11:30 PM, updated July 03, 2014 at 6:20 AM
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The nomination process is now open for the Timothy M. Allwein Advocacy Award. This award may be presented annually to the individual school director or entire school board to recognize outstanding leadership in legislative advocacy efforts on behalf of public education and students that are consistent with the positions in PSBA’s Legislative Platform. Applications will be accepted until July 16, 2014. The July 16 date was picked in honor of Timothy M. Allwein's birthday. The award will be presented during the PASA-PSBA School Leadership Conference in October. More details and application are available on PSBA's website.