Another principal to be sentenced today in Detroit school supply scandal

Posted at 5:07 AM, Sep 12, 2016
and last updated 2016-09-12 06:31:17-04

Another principal involved in the Detroit school supply scandal will be sentenced today.

Stanley Johnson, 62, will go before a federal judge to learn his fate. 

The former principal of Hutchinson Elementary is accused of taking more than $84,000 in kickbacks from a vendor.
He pleaded guilty to his part in the kickback scheme.

That kickback scheme involved 13 different school officials.

Johnson faces up to 5 years in prison plus fines.

He is due in court around 11 a.m.

As for Clara Smith, Willye Pearsall and James Hearn - they're set to be sentenced on Wednesday.