It unclear why Ventnor’s representative on the Atlantic City School Board, Michael Advena, missed a key vote on March 18, 2021.
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Advena would have voted if he attended the special meeting where Board introduced a $224.42 million budget for 2021-22 school year.
Atlantic City School Board members also voted… again… for Board President. Shay Steele won that vote, potentially due to Advena’s absence.
As a ‘sending district’ representative of Ventnor, Advena voted YES to investigate AC School Board member Farook Hossain’s residency. Opponents claim this vote suppressed Hossain’s vote.
Hossain vindicated. Last week, a judge reinstated Hossain’s vote on the Atlantic City School Board.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Residents fear an independent investigation into student sex abuse within school district will not move forward.
WATCH VIDEO: Craig Callaway talks AC student sex abuse.
LaQuetta Small, Principal of ACHS, is married to AC Mayor Marty Small.
LaQuetta Small hopes to become the next AC School District Superintendent. Her unfortunate connection to the Kayan Frazier student sex abuse case likely to remove her from consideration for that job.
Kayan Frazier plead guilty to an ugly assortment of child sex abuse.
The relative of AC Mayor Marty Small & ACHS Principal LaQuetta Small, worked within the school district, in multiple schools.
Even as serious questions arose about his activity with school children, Frazier was still able to get a job at NJ Child Protective Services.
It should be noted: Last year, ACBOE Ventnor representative Kim Bassford voted AGAINST an independent investigation into how a child predator was allowed to work within multiple, AC elementary schools.
Soon thereafter, Bassford was replaced by Joe McDevitt, who sadly passed away a few weeks later.
Mayor Holtzman of Ventnor then selected McDevitt’s replacement on the Atlantic City School Board. It was Michael Advena.
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