A lack of “strong internal controls” of finances has fueled cashflow challenges at the schools, according to an investigation by the Idaho Public Charter School Commission.
Scott Woolstenhulme will replace outgoing superintendent Chuck Shackett at the end of this school year.
The more than $300,000 will reimburse what the district lost to an email scam.
The state is recommending changes to the school’s financial practices, training for trustees and improved academic achievement.
Trustees have been mulling the change since December and could make a final decision during a school board meeting Wednesday night.
Fred Ball says he purchased modulars from Salt Lake Community College. He has not produced a bill of sale, yet his school paid him $16,000 for their purchase.
Tiffany Marie Petersen was charged in Bannock County on Wednesday with one count of rape of a child under 16 and lewd conduct against a child.
One of two recently named finalists will replace longtime Bonneville Superintendent Chuck Shackett, who is retiring at the end of this school year.
The district says it has never received a report stemming from the 2017 investigation.
The money is part of $784,000 missing after the district’s former business manager submitted an electronic payment to what he purportedly thought was a construction company.
District officials notified police in December that an employee made an electronic payment of nearly $785,000 to a fraudulent bank account.
“This is extremely devastating for our community,” Teton School Board Chair Chris Isaacson said.
Allegations of misconduct range from inappropriate handling of sexual misconduct claims to questionable financial practices.