By: Don Shaw email: (570) 543-2961

Auditor General releases mostly positive audit of schools in six counties

Auditor General releases mostly positive audit of schools in six counties

Harrisburg, PA

Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today announced the release of audit reports for a career & technical school in Monroe County and school districts in Bradford, Butler, Clearfield, Fulton and Washington counties.

“My school audits help ensure every available dollar of education funding is focused on students to improve their learning experience,” DePasquale said.  

The Department of the Auditor General examines the records of school districts, charter schools, intermediate units, and area vocational-technical schools. The audit assessments include whether school entities received the state subsidies and reimbursements to which they were entitled, accurately managed taxpayer funds, and complied with ethics codes. The audits also determine whether teachers and administrators were properly certified for the positions they held during the audit period.

The full audit reports are available online using the links provided below.

Bradford County

Northeast Bradford School District – No findings.

Butler County

Moniteau School District – No findings.

Clearfield County

Curwensville Area School District

Properly implemented policies and procedures for internal controls, budgetary practices, Right-to-Know and Sunshine laws; and complied, in all significant respects, with relevant requirements except for the following: the district failed to conduct all required monthly fire drills and inaccurately reported fire drill data to the state Department of Education.

Fulton County

Forbes Road School District – No findings.

Monroe County

Monroe Career & Technical Institute – No findings.

Washington County

Canon-McMillan School District – No findings.

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