There are a couple of folks who, as a result of the state auditor's report on the ASB fund should find themselves suddenly no longer employed by Seattle Public Schools.
First, the fiscal specialist at Garfield High School. Whoa! Some VERY bad findings here including about $56,000 in cash and checks left laying about and $169,000 in unpaid invoices. On top of that, about $12,000 that had just gone missing. That person should not be surprised to lose their job over these offenses.
Second, numerous procedural and internal control failures around an $80,000 contract with the Urban League for mentoring - WHICH CAME AFTER THE RSBDP SCANDAL and all of the promises that everyone would be good. These failures were committed by the Executive Director of Schools in regard to Cleveland High School. There is only one person who was the Executive Director of Schools responsible for Cleveland High School last year. I don't really see how this person can keep that job after these failures in the wake of the Pottergate scandal.
Third, no one had submitted a claim for a reimbursement for the ASB fund at Franklin High School since 2006 because the custodian did not know how. This could be a firing offense as well.
At six of seven high schools, the ASB expenditures exceeded the approved amounts. State law allows for the School Board to be held personally liable for any overspending in any of the funds under their control - including the ASB fund. I don't know if the expenditures exceeded the appropriated amount for the District as a whole, but it is definitely worth investigating.
There's more, but I don't see how these folks are not held accountable - potentially to the extent of dismissal.