Henry McNair, controversial principal of the College Achieve Paterson Charter School, was investigated by the New Jersey Department of Children Protection and Permanency (DCPP) after touching the lip of a female student at the Newark Prep Charter School.
Henry McNair, the controversial principal of the College Achieve Paterson Charter School, was terminated from a $142,400 job at the Trenton Public Schools for offensive posts on his social media page, according to documents obtained by the Paterson Times.
Henry McNair, the principal of College Achieve Paterson Charter School, is accused of groping a woman on 20 occasions while running the defunct Newark Prep Charter School, according to a lawsuit filed in New Jersey Superior Court.
The New Jersey Department of Education closed his charter school in Newark for poor academic performance less than two years ago, now Henry McNair is running the Paterson College Achieve Charter School.
The Paterson College Achieve Charter has received municipal approval to create space for 720 students at its Market Street campus, according to government records.
The College Achieve Paterson Charter School claimed it is a “high-performing” school while touting a waitlist of several hundred students in September. When questions, school officials could not back up their claim and refused to provide standardized exam scores.
School board member Manuel Martinez, who had been accused of sexual harassment that cost the Community Charter School of Paterson $90,000, has landed a higher paying job at the College Achieve Paterson Charter School.