Sunday, April 22, 2012
Students likely will pay for poor fiscal oversight

When Superintendent John Padget left the Monroe County School District, there was a reserve fund of over $12.5 million. Today, that same reserve fund sits at just over $1.6 million, which is right at the threshold that can result in state oversight. This also means the district is effectively broke.

Many have pointed fingers and speculated just how and why this has happened...

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