MCCSC officials are holding a public work session in response to a number of complaints over closed meetings about the search for a superintendent.
Dr. J.T. Coopman announced plans to end a tenure marked by efforts to stabilize funding at the financially troubled district.
About 60-percent of Monroe County voters came out in support of the measure which allows the MCCSC School Board to increase property taxes to cover budget cuts.
MCCSC School Board and Administrators say they are confident going into Election Day despite an increase in opposition to a school funding referendum
Some citizens unhappy about endorsement... calling the move a conflict of interest.
Few opposition voices were in attendance at last night's League of Women Voters discussion of Public Question number two.
Each of the district's buses passed their annual state inspection this year without a single bus receiving an out of service sticker.
A custodian broke into a safe and another clerical employee failed to follow procedures for depositing cash receipts. Both employees have been fired.