Thursday, August 11, 2011
MABTON - A recently published accountability audit conducted by state officials gave the Mabton School District's books a largely clean slate.
Auditors did note a finding related to federal funding issues.
The audit reviewed the Mabton School District's financial statements, payrool, expenses, enrollment and transportation reporting from Sept. 1, 2007 through Aug. 31, 2010.
The finding involved an interlocal agreement the district did not have in place related to distance learning grant funding. The finding also dinged the district for not notifying sub-recipients of the grant.
Gina Grow is the district's business manager. Like Superintendent Minerva Morales, she started her post with the district this past school year.
Grow said the issues have been resolved. "They recommended the district review and follow procurement and interlocal requirements," she said.