In a termination letter filed as part of a court proceeding, Scaglia and the company's deputy chairman accused Haart of spending more than $30 million on personal expenditures and say she was fired in part because the digital division she ran never turned a profit and that the brand's modeling contest \"completely lost its relevance\" while she was at the helm.
Jones-Kerr is feeling the fire's aftermath on several fronts. She lives just over the hill from here, so she's taking photos of homes for friends she knows live nearby. And she is the Roseland School District superintendent, who has lost a school of her own to the fire: Roseland Collegiate Prep with 430 students.
Roseland Collegiate Prep is the next school stop on this police-escorted tour Friday of Sonoma County schools hit by the fires. Jones-Kerr walks around the school, trying to hold it together as she picks up a football from the grounds. It's emotional because teachers themselves also have had their lives overturned by the fire. Sonoma County schools reported Monday that close to 212 teachers and support staff, such as custodians, lunchroom workers and bus drivers, have lost homes. They expect that number to rise as larger districts, such as Santa Rosa City Schools, report in.
\"We have about 10 faculty members who have lost their homes, including a principal. And about half of my staff is displaced all over,\" said Jones-Kerr. \"But we are still coming together for the kids and my staff to figure out what we as a unit can do.\"
\"This is a daunting challenge. So many of the teachers have lost their own homes. And to be able to rebuild, we don't know that all of them will have the financial means,\" said Torlakson. \"We have a teacher shortage already. It's a crisis around the state, and this exacerbates it significantly. The Legislature in this last session passed some bills to provide housing for teachers, so some of those dollars can go to work faster than we want. We need to go back to the Legislature and ask for more help.\"
Adam Jenkins (at home, with his personal shoe collection) is one of more than 40 vendors who lost merchandise during a burglary at M-Town Market in Binghampton. He lost about $30,000 worth of merchandise in the crime that occurred the night before a popup shop. (Mark Weber/The Daily Memphian)
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