Clarence employees criticized in audit

The Clarence High School principal and other district employees repeatedly used district computers for personal use, the state comptroller’s office said.

An audit critical of the district found that some equipment apparently was lost or stolen, while other equipment was taken home, and income tax programs, thousands of photos and music files, detailed medical histories of family members and personal financial data had been stored on several district laptop computers.

High School Principal Joseph F. Gentile, who is retiring next month, said the district encouraged employees to take the computers home to become accustomed to the technology, and he denied using any equipment inappropriately.

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