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Mr. Carter Paysinger

President-Elect of the Southern Section

California Interscholastic Federation

HQ Phone: (916) 239-4477

California Interscholastic Federation

4658 Duckhorn Drive

Sacramento, California 95834

United States

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Employment History

Principal
Beverly Hills Unified School District

Education



Beverly Hills High School

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Carter Paysinger. Photo courtesy of Simon & Schuster

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Paysinger, who filed for office Wednesday, is the fourth person to file to run in the race for three seats, along with incumbent Noah Margo, former board member Mel Spitz and parent/property manager Isabel Hacker.
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Paysinger graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1974 and was a longtime teacher and coach, including being the school's football coach from 1990-2008.
Paysinger became the school's principal in 2010, the only black person to hold the position in the history of the school that opened in 1927. No black person has been elected to office in Beverly Hills.
Paysinger filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the district last July, alleging he was the target of a "malicious campaign of discrimination and retaliation" by the district because of his race. He signed a $685,000 settlement of the lawsuit June 26.
Paysinger is president-elect of the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section, the governing body for high school sports in most of Southern California, other than the Los Angeles Unified School District and San Diego County.
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BEVERLY HILLS-On Wednesday, July 29, ex-Beverly Hills High School principal Carter Paysinger filed paperwork to run for a seat on the Beverly Hills Unified School District Board of Education.

Paysinger's decision to run for a seat on the board comes only a month after his June 30 retirement from BHHS. He announced his plan to retire on January 26, when it became apparent that he would not be asked back the following year.
Beverly Hills High School ex-principle Carter Paysinger filed to run for seat on the Board of Education on July 29. Beverly Hills High School ex-principle Carter Paysinger filed to run for seat on the Board of Education on July 29.
In July 2014, Paysinger filed a federal discrimination lawsuit against the district, which was settled for $685,000 on July 28, 2015.
In a statement following the settlement, Paysinger said, "now that my case is resolved, I can focus all of my attention on seeking election to the board and continuing my goals of moving our district forward to the highest level of excellence."
"With the continued support of the community, if elected to the Board, I will be in the best position to effect the changes that we desperately need," says Paysinger.
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Paysinger has been a part of the Beverly Hills High School community for decades. He was a graduate of the class of 1974, head football coach between 1990 and 2008 and became the school's first African-American principal in 2010.
During his time as principal, he said in a statement that "my working conditions were appalling. The retaliation and discrimination created an untenable working environment. But I chose to endure the abuse because of my loyalty to our students and to this community."
Carter Paysinger is currently the president-elect of the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section.
TAGS Beverly Hills Unified School District Board of Education California Interscholastic Federation Carter Paysinger


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Carter Paysinger filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the district last July, alleging he was the target of racial discrimination.

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Recently retired Beverly Hills High School Principal Carter Paysinger today filed to run for a seat on the Beverly Hills Unified School District Board of Education in the November election.
After it became likely he would not be retained as principal, Paysinger announced on Jan. 27 he would retire effective June 30, move to Beverly Hills and seek a seat on Board of Education.
Paysinger is the fourth person to file to run in the race for three seats, along with incumbent Noah Margo, former board member Mel Spitz and parent/property manager Isabel Hacker.
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Paysinger graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1974 and was a longtime teacher and coach, including being the school's football coach from 1990-2008.
Paysinger became the school's principal in 2010, the only black to hold the position in the history of the school that opened in 1927. No black has been elected to office in Beverly Hills.
Paysinger filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the district last July, alleging he was the target of a "malicious campaign of discrimination and retaliation" by the district because of his race. He signed a $685,000 settlement of the suit on June 26.
Paysinger is president-elect of the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section, the governing body for high school sports in most of Southern California, other than the Los Angeles Unified School District and San Diego County.


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Carter Paysinger.

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Carter Paysinger.
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Retiring Beverly Hills High School Principal Carter Paysinger on Friday signed a $685,000 settlement of his federal civil rights lawsuit against the Beverly Hills Unified School District.
Paysinger, the only black to be principal in the history of the school that opened in 1927, filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the district in July, alleging he was the target of a "malicious campaign of discrimination and retaliation" by the district because of his race.
"This is a huge victory for everyone who has ever suffered in the workplace and a great day for the employees of the district and the community as a whole," Paysinger said in a statement.
"Now that my case is resolved, I can focus all of my attention on seeking election to the board and continuing my goals of moving our district forward to the highest level of excellence."
Paysinger announced on Jan. 27 he would retire as principal, effective Tuesday, move to Beverly Hills and seek a seat on Board of Education in the November election.
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"I cannot be more proud of Carter," Aljian said.
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Paysinger submitted four complaints to the district, alleging racial discrimination, retaliation and violations of California law, according to his court papers, which alleged the district "responded with hostility, anger, and more abusive discrimination and retaliation."
Paysinger contended that the district retaliated by initiating a "knowingly meritless investigation" of him that included "false, misleading and defamatory" reports, leading to a "meritless complaint" with the District Attorney's Office over alleged financial self-dealings in connection with a summer sports program he was involved in.
Paysinger had sought unspecified punitive and general damages.
Paysinger graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1974 and was a longtime teacher and coach, including being the school's football coach from 1990-2008, before becoming principal in 2010.
Paysinger is president-elect of the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section, the governing body for high school sports in most of Southern California, other than the Los Angeles Unified School District and San Diego County.


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From Tri Star Pictures in association with AFFIRM Films and Mandalay Entertainment, WHEN THE GAME STANDS TALL is directed by three-time Emmy winner Thomas Carter (COACH CARTER) and also features three-time Golden Globe winner Laura Dern (JURASSIC PARK, Enlightened); Emmy and Golden Globe winner Michael Chiklis (The Shield); and Alexander Ludwig (THE HUNGER GAMES).

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Carter Paysinger has served Beverly Hills High School as a teacher, coach, department chairperson, athletic director, and principal. In Carter's first year as the principal, Beverly Hills High School earned its highest API academic ranking in the history of the school. Carter is currently also the president of the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section, the governing board of high school sports for the entire state of California. Carter lives in Los Angeles with Karen, his wife of thirty years, and their eighteen month old son, Chandler.

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