PE clothes are a valuable commodity.
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The San Diego Unified School District has had plenty of troubles lately, climaxed by the resignation last week of boardmember Marne Foster following her guilty plea to a state political reform act charge after a district attorney investigation into a multitude of transgressions. Now district auditors have accused Pacific Beach Middle School in an emergency “flash” report of having a dangerously vulnerable cash hoard.

“Pacific Beach was unable to obtain the necessary reasonable assurances that all cash receipts were adequately receipted, accounted for, and safeguarded,” says an audit issued in late December and recently posted online. “Additionally, while the [Associated Student Body’s] Fund’s inventory of PE uniforms and clothes were maintained in a secured room, Pacific Beach could not provide us with a reasonable assurance that only authorized individuals had access to the inventory.”

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Visduh Feb. 13, 2016 @ 8:11 p.m.

Just another example of how "the slobberin' school district" churns, burns, and can't do its job. This sort of operational detail isn't rocket science, folks, it is just everyday simple office management. A taco joint can do it, and even kids with a Kool-Aid stand can manage it, but a school in the local district, staffed with a legion of over-educated and over-credentialed administrators, cannot do it. What does that tell you about that school district? Oh, you don't want to think about it? If I lived in the area, I'd probably prefer to avoid facing reality, too.


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