• Audit: Pervasive Misuse Of Charge Card In Soledad School District

    A remarkable audit into the districts dubious financial records was released by the Monterey County Workplace of Education to KSBW on Wednesday.Uncovered evidence revealed

    the school district might have dedicated fraud.READ: Audit on Soledad Unified School District Auditors found there was enough evidence of scams, a pervasive abuse of credit cards and very flawed buying practices.The audits findings were serious enough that the Monterey County District Attorneys Office is now investigating to figure out if any criminal intent was involved.Monterey County Workplace of Education Superintendent Nancy Kotowski called for the audit to be performed on Soledad after she noticed some major

    warnings last year.One red flag was a mass exodus of employees from Soledad Unified School Districts finance department.Employees informed Kotowski that they were leaving since they were being compelled to go againstbreak their ethics.Employees described experiences of questionable business activities, and a pervasive hostile culture and climate under the districts present administration, the audit said.Kotowski stated changes in the Soledad districts culture and finance

    practices arose when Boyd stepped in as SUSDs superintendent a few years ago.But Boyd disagreed. She stated she strolled onto the job with the culture already established.The district had a lot of policies and practices that were done because, this is how we’ve done it. When we ask somebody, they say, Well, this is how its been done, so we continued to do that, Boyd informed KSBW.Even so, Boyd stated she invites feedback and suggestions from the audit, and is anticipating improving her personnels policies.We are fiscally sound. I am extremely confident that the policies and procedures I put in are very tight, Boyd said.According to a post released June 10 by the Desert Evaluation newspaper, Boyd is positioned to leave Soledad and end up being the next superintendent of Brawley Elementary School District in Southern California.In a consentaneous choice the Brawley Primary school District board has actually picked Imperial Valley native Dr. Rupi Boyd as their brand-new potential superintendent. Dr. Boyd and the District have yet to complete the option with a contract, the paper wrote.Soledad Unified School District educates about 4,900 students in kindergarten through 12th grade.

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