The state has been trying to shut down Harmony Community School for months now because of its horrible record at educating students as well as “gross financial mismanagement”.

It turns out the financial mismanagement is even worse than originally thought.

Not only does the school owe the state $2.6 million, it also owes over $150K in federal grant money.

And worst of all: the school’s director, Deland McCullough, used $6,500 in STATE MONEY to build a new deck on his own home!

On top of all of this- think how much money it’s costing the AG’s office and the Auditor’s office.

We need to fix our charter school system now- immediately shutting down poorly performing schools and removing any for-profit school operation in the state.