BALTIMORE — A former Baltimore county schools superintendent is facing charges of perjury over his financial disclosure forms and ties to a company that contracted with the district.
The Maryland state prosecutor’s office said in a statement Tuesday that Dallas Dance failed to disclose his work for SUPES Academy and the related company Synesi Associates. Authorities said Dance negotiated a no-bid contract between SUPES Academy and Baltimore County schools.
Prosecutors alleged that Dance claimed to have no outside income in 2012 when he was paid $13,500 by Synesi and $500 by SUPES.
Authorities also said that Dance denied receiving income from his firm Deliberate Excellence Consulting. The charges allege that he received $72,000 in 2013 from Deliberate for services rendered to Synesi and others.
It is unclear if Dance has a lawyer.