Government & Politics

March 4, 2014

Missouri audit of Hickman Mills School District exposes past turmoil

It depicts a district whose top leadership was feuding and making a series of missteps as its schools were about to fall from full accreditation in 2012. Then-board president Breman Anderson Jr. was, according to the auditors, arranging contracts and moving to reassign top administrators mostly on his own while scrambling to contest some $150,000 in claims for unpaid vacation and sick leave by retired superintendent Marge Williams.

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