montgomery public schools audit

Will Audit of Montgomery Public Schools Stop Efforts to Bring Schools More Funding?

The Montgomery County school board has been hoping to get more funding through a property tax increase. However, an audit that uncovered more than $700,000 in misused and missing funds has at least one Montgomery County commissioner re-thinking what he thinks would be best for schools at this time. The school board wants the Montgomery County Commission to pass a proclamation…

More Details: Audit Shows $700,000 Missing from Montgomery Public Schools

As Alabama News Network was first to report on Sunday, an audit shows more than $700,000 is missing from Montgomery Public Schools. The details of that 106-page audit, which spans from October 2017 to September 2018, show several employees spent public funds to make purchases at a gentlemen’s club, a bar, for online gaming, video sites and more. Among the…

State School Officials “Cautiously Optimistic” about MPS Finances, Despite Audit Showing $700,000 Missing

Source: School Superintendents of Alabama Here are the latest developments in the story that Alabama News Network was first to bring you Sunday.  State School Superintendent Eric Mackey has released a statement following news of an audit of Montgomery Public Schools that shows $700,000 missing. In part, Mackey says, “Despite the findings already uncovered, we remain cautiously optimistic about the…

Audit of Montgomery Public Schools Shows Over $700,000 Missing

An audit of Montgomery Public Schools shows over $700,000 missing. The audit which is from Oct. 2017 to Sept. 2018 shows $703,197.66 missing. The audit says letters were sent to current and former employees requesting repayments of the money. CLICK HERE to read the full audit. One section details how public funds at Brewbaker Tech Magnet High School were used…