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Community R-6 schools puts employee on leave during finance investigation


A Community R-6 School District employee was placed on a paid leave of absence after questions arose about the employee's use of booster club finances.

"An issue has arisen about how a member of the Booster Club has handled Club finances," Community R-6 Superintendent Cheryl Mack wrote in a statement.

The booster club was conducting its own investigation into the matter and is an entity separate from the school district, Mack said. The club has not had a meeting with the district.

Mack's statement did not make it immediately clear when the funds went missing or when the employee was put on leave.

Check back for more on this developing story.

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Madison Fleck

Madison Fleck is the content editor for ABC 17 News.


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