Swamp Watch: Hundreds of thousands of dollars missing from Prince George’s County schools

Still0131_00089_1548981924057_6704294_ver1.0_640_360By: Lindsay Watts, FOX 5 DC

 – Records from Prince George’s County Public Schools show hundreds of thousands of dollars in school funds has gone missing or been unaccounted for over the last few years.

In some of the cases documented, theft is suspected, yet school officials acknowledge that law enforcement was not notified. Instead, the cases were handled internally and employees found to be at fault were disciplined and forced to pay restitution, according to officials.

In one instance, auditors found a high school bookkeeper was responsible for nearly $14,000 of money that disappeared from the student activities fund.

n another case, auditors found an elementary school bookkeeper was responsible after $3,300 went missing from her school’s student activities fund.

On FOX 5 at 10 & 11, we’ll have details on what auditors discovered and efforts to ensure suspected theft is prosecuted.

Via Fox5 DC

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Monica Goldson is facilitating a big web of conflict of interest and cover ups. According to personnel familiar with the issues, the press is only reporting the pennies compared to the kickbacks paid in illegal procurement and transportation contracts. And it wasn’t Maxwell that covered it up. The Union executives are part of the scheme which is driven by Association of Supervisory and Administrative School Personnel (ASASP), Prince George’s County Education Association (PGCEA) and American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)

Read more >>> Major Outrage as Architect of an Organized Scheme Monica Goldson is appointed Acting CEO of PGCPS

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