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School system reports deficit

September 27, 2013

The Randolph County Board of Education is reporting a deficit — for the first time since 1994 — in its financial statement for the 2012 to 2013 school year....

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Sep-27-13 1:39 PM

you are right jane. i very rarely even post anymore. i even got slammed for my comment on the article the i m printed about their award winning journalism in which they left out most of the info about who else won. since then i have seen many mistakes, lousy reporting and unfinished articles that make no sense. i dont recall who slammed me but i hope they are still enjoying their award winning newspaper.

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Sep-27-13 12:51 PM

There have been several lawsuits over the years against the Randolph County Board of Education, none of which have been followed up by the Inter Mountain. Have these lawsuits, lawyer fees, and settlements contributed to the massive debt? Is there a study to see why Randolph County is losing students? How many students are being homeschooled in Randolph Co. over dissatisfaction with local public schools? If Randolph Co. is 15+ teachers over the limit, why were more not RIF-ed?

Did Dr. Phares and his large salary contribute to the debt?

Why are there so many employees at the Randolph Co. Board of Ed, and why do some of them have secretaries, and out-moded and old way of doing business?

It's sad when the readers have to ask the questions that the IM doesn't even think of...

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