This just speaks for itself. I suspect that our new internal auditor had something to do with this. Actually, given the system's reluctance in the past to pursue criminal charges in similar cases, I am guessing that the auditor had everything to do with this.
An internal DeKalb County schools’ investigation found more than $23,000 in student fees are missing.
On Wednesday, school investigators referred two former school employees to the district attorney for investigation.
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And there is more, it is clear that the Internal Auditor is working. And this is only the tip of the iceberg.
The auditor said he is still conducting the 2010-11 school year audit and has already found “indistinguishable fraudulent activity.”
In addition to the missing funds, the Stone Mountain High audit shows the school violated reimbursement procedures for federal money and ended the last school year with a $6,800 shortfall. Of 92 deposits reviewed by investigators, 31 were held on to by the bookkeeper for more than 30 days and seven were missing paperwork, the audit shows.