Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Sask-Principal-Misconduct

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Sask-Principal-Misconduct

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YORKTON, Sask. - A former high school principal in Saskatchewan who pleaded guilty to six charges of professional misconduct has been ordered to pay five-thousand dollars in investigative and hearing costs.

Trent Senger, who had been principal at Yorkton's Sacred Heart High School, has also been suspended for one year, even though he left the teaching profession last year.

The board heard that in 2015, Senger told the school secretary to enter false information and give a passing grade to a student who had not enrolled in a class, but who needed the credit to graduate.

It was also told that he constructed timetables inappropriately, leaving some students without the right classes to complete grades 11 and 12.

In 2014, Senger was discussing a fundraiser, where the winners of an event would go on a double date with teachers. …

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