Teacher’s aide Roy Holbrook signed four years’ worth of time sheets for Alternatives Unlimited Inc. at the same time he claimed he was working for the special education department, according to internal school documents .
After leaving Alternatives Unlimited, Holbrook then began filing time sheets for another school contractor, Integrated Urban Solutions, documents show.
Holbrook did not respond to numerous requests for comment. He has not been formally accused of any wrongdoing.
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Special Ed double dipping update
The Examiner has an update on the continuing investigation into DCPS office of Special Education employees drawing multiple paychecks.