Audit At CCE Schools Shows Displaced Funding

Date posted - January 11, 2012

An audit has revealed a lot of displaced funding at Clay-Central/Everly Schools.

The displaced funds include over $41,000 in improper purchases on a credit card used by former Superintendent Monte Montgomery, plus $55,000 worth of unsupported purchases made with credit cards used by Montgomery and former business manager Donna Ott.

There were also over $153,000 in Medicaid reimbursements that were not applied for.

Charges are pending with the Clay County Attorney’s office.

A state financial audit is coming up as well.

By Scott Van Aartsen
News Director

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