Conflicting opinions on how the Commerce School System could use federal stimulus funds has the state auditor saying the system fell $67,811 short of a federal spending requirement for children with disabilities. The school system will contest that finding.
That was the most significant of a number of “significant deficiencies” reported in the audit, which was posted online last week.
All of the other deficiencies were already being addressed by the time the audit came out, according to superintendent James “Mac” McCoy and bookkeeper Ann Stokey.
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