Audit also finds issues with city school facilities
By VERNON SIKES
Last October's audit of the Yazoo City Municipal School painted a dismal picture of the conditions of some of the schools in which Yazoo City's students spend most of their waking hours. Only one school, McCoy Elementary School, which is the district's newest school, earned words of praise.
“McCoy Elementary is a relatively new school and has been well taken care of,” wrote Ennis Proctor, the Mississippi State Department of Education official who evaluated all the district's physical plants. “There were very few areas that needed attention.
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