In June 2015, she was upset to learn Scaduto was involved with another teacher, an SCI report said.
He later told her “Tom” had died and he was raising money for his homeless family and mother, who also was battling cancer.
Scaduto also told the second teacher he was under an SCI investigation — which was false at the time — working several part-time jobs to pay for a lawyer and “exhausted.” She gave him another $10,000. She “conducted several surveillances” of Scaduto when he claimed to have lawyer appointments or to be working other jobs, the report said.
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.
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.
Instead we need to take an active stance in relationship to the work and make or construct our own understanding of the meaning of a work of art.“I wanted that community feel,” Scaduto told the LI Herald news site when he started.One Queens teacher told investigators she began a relationship with Scaduto in December 2014 and they bought a house together with her dad’s cash.Queens assistant principal Michael Scaduto shacked up with a teacher he was supervising while cozying up to another teacher on his staff and then pressured each to give him ,000 for a fictional homeless child suffering from cancer named “Tom,” according to school investigators.The Special Commissioner of Investigation for city schools found the lying Lothario cashed in further when he convinced the father of the teacher Scaduto was living with to fork over 0,000 for a down payment on a house the couple bought together.As in the Mérode Altarpiece , almost every object portrayed conveys the event's sanctity, specifically, the holiness of matrimony.