You are full of crap!<quoted text>
It's based on simple math. Look at the enrollment trends. Look at their budget. They can't even balance it based on current attendance rates, and they are losing tons of kids every semester to Wayne County. On top of that, they are now "state assisted", which means that nobody will be keeping the doors open based only on personal gain as they probably won't be able to slip it in the books anymore.
Attendance dropped this year based on two events
1) Head Start moved off campus due to bad decision making. A majority of their "output" went to Wayne County as a result
2) There were several staff that were hired elsewhere that "encouraged" students to follow them, sometimes utilizing inappropiate means.
The reasons for the financial problems are much simpler
1) Former management failed to follow sound financial procedures and the law by "investing" school funds in unsound ways, creating a short fall.
2) Staffing levels were not adjusted to compensate for reduced attendance, budgeting has not been a strong point, which will be addressed with state assistance.
The State stepped in to assist Wayne County Schools a few years ago, without invitation, if you will remember. Wayne County did not go under, did it? Monticello has asked the state to assist in bringing the school Back on sound footing, which is now a work in progress.
Please state your evidence on the theft of school property or funds that you base you statement of personal gain on.