The arbitrator found Scipioni at fault for his failure to be truthful to district officials and for a separate issue involving inappropriate emails, but noted the district did not accuse him of having an improper relationship with the student prior to her graduation, and he was not culpable for the relationship they had after she graduated. The district appealed the ruling in Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas and won, when President Judge John C.
Tylwalk reversed the arbitrator's decision in April of last year.
"The Cornwall-Lebanon School District has been firm in its stance that this conduct was not appropriate for a public school teacher.
The District will, however, abide by the decision of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania upholding the arbitrator’s award and returning Mr.
The teacher's union appealed Tylwalk's decision to the state Commonwealth Court, which overruled it in February on the grounds that the court cannot reinterpret an arbitrator's "finding of fact or interpretation."The school board voted to appeal that decision to the state Supreme Court in February.
Updated to include comments from Cornwall-Lebanon School District solicitor Tim Sheffey.
A few weeks ago an unknown person walked into a mobile phone store, claimed to be me, asked to upgrade my mobile phones, and walked out with two brand new i Phones assigned to my telephone numbers.
My phones immediately stopped receiving calls, and I was left with a large bill and the anxiety and fear of financial injury that spring from identity theft.
I called my mobile carrier back several times over the next few days to finish cleaning up this mess.
One of my phones had ended up with the wrong phone number and the other one no longer had voice mail.
I logged in to my online account, changed the password, and added an extra security PIN recommended by the fraud department.
I then logged on to the Federal Trade Commission’s website to report the theft and learn how to protect myself. It includes step-by-step instructions and sample letters to guide victims through the recovery process.
This post describes my experiences as a victim of ID theft, explains the growing problem of phone account hijacking, and suggests ways consumers and mobile phone carriers can help combat these scams.