Medina Schools Chief Ordered To Repay Expenses
The state auditor says Medina Schools superintendent Randy Stepp must repay 4 thousand dollars in questionable expenses, including gift cards and travel upgrades.
The auditor's findings leave unresolved the payment of 172 thousand dollars by the school board to Stepp for his college loans. That matter is pending before the U.S. Department of Education. Stepp was placed on paid leave earlier this year and has sued the board for defamation.