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Registering at BGCLive takes only a few short minutes but one Queens principal had no time to waste.
Principal Quintin Cedeno has been fired from his post after an investigation revealed that he had touched or solicited oral sex from at least four male students in a Queens high school, according to NY1.
Cedeno was also “engaging in electronic communications and inappropriate conversations with at least eight male students,” texting a 16-year-old that he was “mad u guys didn’t invite me” to hang out at night, the Times reports.
The investigation at the High School For Construction Trades, Engineering and Architecture in Ozone Park began last October when a guidance counselor filed a sexual harassment complaint against Cedeno after a 15-year-old student said the principal offered to perform oral sex on him. Other students then came forward and alleged that Cedeno had slapped the buttocks of members of the basketball team and offered to perform oral sex on one teen about 15 times over a three year period.
Special Commissioner of Investigation Richard Condon recommended that the administrator — who started as a math teacher at Transit Tech Career and Technical High School in 2003 before getting hired for the Queens job in 2006 — be fired and deemed ineligible for future Department of Education jobs. Since he had not yet received tenure, he will be let go immediately from his job, which pays $140,074 per year. The case has been passed along to the Queens district attorney’s office. [source]