From: Claudia Wahl Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2019 2:01 PM To: Laura.Zorc@indianriverschools.org; Tiffany.Justice@indianriverschools.org; Schiff, Mara; Barenborg, Teri; email@example.com Subject: School Board Policy Dear Chair Laura Zorc, I am asking for confirmation if the following is policy regarding the preparation of the Agenda. 1) Is it the responsibility of the superintendent AND the School Board chair … Continue reading Claudia Wahl: What is the Policy Regarding Preparation of the Indian River County, FL School Board Agenda?
These are a reader's quick and well informed comments on our recent article on how on September 11, 2017 the School Board Audit Committee recommended that the School Board put a policy in place to put out an RFP for general counsel legal services. https://verocommunique.com/2019/01/05/the-school-board-audit-committee-recommended-they-put-out-an-rfp-for-general-council-legal-services-school-district-of-indian-river-county-fl/ The reader is anonymous. We adhere to the Society of Professional … Continue reading Well Informed Comments on the School Board Audit Committee’s Recommendation for an RFP and How the Superintendent’s Legal Bills are “Out of Control”. [School District of Indian River County, FL]
Did you know that on September 11, 2018 the Audit Committee for the School Board of the School District of Indian River County, FL unanimously recommended to the School Board "to put a policy in place to put out a RFP for general council legal services at least every three years..." Suzanne D'Agresta, … Continue reading The School Board Audit Committee Recommended They Put Out an RFP for General Council Legal Services. [School District of Indian River County, FL.]
Si ha estado siguiendo el drama sobre el Director Ejecutivo del Distrito Escolar Carter Morrison y el Superintendente Dr. Mark Rendell, aquí hay algo más. Primero, un breve resumen: El 31 de julio de 2018, se entregó personalmente una carta a Carter Morrison, Superintendente de Finanzas del Distrito Escolar Mark J. Rendell, Ed.D., en la … Continue reading ¿El Distrito Escolar del Condado de Indian River, FL, todavía tiene un Departamento de Finanzas?
I am watching the video of the School Board meeting from last night [12/11/18]. I have one question for the Board: where is the transparency? So Carter Morrison is welcomed back on Thursday but the public has NO idea how this situation was handled. Also, how does sending Carter back into a hostile work environment … Continue reading Merchon Green: Lots of Mysteries at the Highest Levels of the School District of Indian River County, FL.
This is an extensive investigative report about the July 31, 2018 letter hand delivered to Carter Morrison, School District of Indian River County (SDIRC), FL Assistant Superintendent of Finance/CFO, from SDIRC Superintendent Mark J. Rendell, Ed.D., in which Mr. Morrison was "relieved of your duties." The letter from Dr. Rendell said the SDIRC would be conducing … Continue reading “He Has Been CFO for How Many Years? [School District of Indian River County, FL] It at Least Deserves Discussion.”
At the October 23, 2018 School District of Indian River County Board Business Meeting, the Board voted to approve a $10 million Tax Anticipation Note (TAN). A TAN is essentially a bond that is issued to finance a short-term need before receiving tax revenues. In this case, the school district needs the money for payroll … Continue reading Stacey Klim: Indian River School District, FL, Needs a $ 10 Million Bond for Short-Term Payroll and Operating expenses.