School administrator who caused half million deficit loses teaching certificate

HI-NELLA — A Hi-Nella educator has lost his teaching certificates after allegedly mismanaging funds, resulting in a $566,600 budget deficit, and guiding contracts to a company owned by his family. 

According to a report by the Courier Post in 2014, a complaint was filed with the Department of Education against Joseph Giambri Sr., a former Sterling High School business administrator, regarding a budget deficit and the investigation began. The unlawful use of $194,000 from the district to fund an addition onto Hi-Nella borough hall was discovered.

According to the report, Giambri’s decisions created a $566,600 budget deficit.

Giambri held a Teacher of Business …read more

Source: NJ.com Camden

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