Friday, June 22, 2012

State Releases Audit on Timpview High School Football Program

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

Results from the Utah State Auditor's Office investigation into the Timpview High School football program have been released.

Amy Donaldson of The Deseret News is reporting that nearly $9,000 in revenue collected from football activities was never deposited into school accounts, and that more than $60,000 in fundraising revenue belonging to the school was co-mingled in a separate booster club account.

It was this sort of activity that led to the resignation of the school's highly successful head coach Louis Wong in May.

Donaldson also notes in her report that you can read by clicking here, that the Auditor's Office investigation noted a "lack of standard procedures statewide when it comes to overseeing fundraising, donations and booster club activities.

On March 29th, I spoke with Donaldson at the start of the investigation.

Click here to listen to that interview.

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