Last year, we told you about the executive director of Zenith Academy who funneled $12,425 of his own money to the charter school to resolve an accounting error in 2011.
When Ashfaq Tashfeen asked the board to reimburse him for the payment — which it did — the board made the same overpayment again, according to a 2014 state audit. Ultimately, the state auditor’s office issued a finding for recovery against Tashfeen for $12,425, which he repaid to the academy’s operating fund.
Under a state audit released yesterday, the auditor’s office issued a finding for recovery against a former employee who was paid $2,600 after his contract expired. Once again, Tashfeen used his own money to repay the $2,600 in February.
(Read more at the Dispatch)