Carey concerned about board members' actions
By Brian Bowden

At a called Warren County Board of Education meeting on April 3, Superintendent Carol Jean Carey presented the board with a list of alleged violations by board members Charles Culver and Cecil Brown.
Culver is the former superintendent of the Warren County Board of Education, but now represents district three. Brown represents district five.
The alleged violations were presented to the board via Carey's personal attorney, Brad Wilson, who was in attendance at the meeting.
The alleged violations against Culver include false accusations toward Carey and the administration, false reporting of information, casting Carey in a false light, failing to comply with school board statutes and repeatedly asking for reimbursement of personal attorney's fees. The alleged violations against Brown include false reporting of information, casting Carey in a false light, failing to comply with school board statutes and repeatedly asking for reimbursement of personal attorney's fees. Carey also stated that both Culver's and Brown's actions have resulted in the school district receiving a letter of concern from AdvancED (SACS), the schools accreditation agency.

To read more on this story, pick up the Thursday, April 10, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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