Old news here; but doesn't the "agreement between the school board and boosters" send notice to school district taxpayers that "business as usual" is resumed? According to the old news article of November 1, 2012, Springboro Sun reports:<quoted text>
I am still waiting for the answers. Where is the Springboro Police Departments investigation of the Boosters? Why hasn't the Prosecutor gotten involved?
Have the coaches turned over their bank statements and check books? Are they trying to spend all the money that is left? What is the Treasurer and the State Auditor doing?
What about the summer camp money?
WHERE IS THE MONEY?
Has the administration and the board forgotten about these issues? Are they hoping that the public forgets? I have not forgotten. I still want to know.
"The district benefits as we have a solid agrteement with a valued organization that will guide us into the future," superintendent Todd Petrey said.
Boosters president Suzanne Edwards said she is happy with the agreement. "We never had an agreement before. The school board wants to run things by the book and we have nothing to hide." There is now a list of rules that both sides have to follow, she said.-Springboro Sun
(Could it be that "Number One" on that list of rules that both sides have to follow is, simply put:
"The Board Don't Ask/The Boosters Don't Tell".....?)