The state auditor says Medina Schools superintendent Randy Stepp must repay 4 thousand dollars in questionable expenses, including gift cards and travel upgrades.
Two more Medina School Board members plan to resign following a public dispute over the superintendent's contract and payments of more than 250 thousand dollars for his college loans.
The Medina School Board says defamation claims by the district's superintendent are unsubstantiated. Randy Stepp is suing the board for breach of contract and defamation.
Medina School Board President Charles Freeman has resigned amid controversy over district spending and the superintendent's compensation, which included 265-thousand dollars for his college education bills.
The uproar over an 83-thousand dollar retention bonus paid to Medina schools Superintendent Randy Stepp appears to be over.
Parents, students, and teachers in the Medina school district are upset about an 83-thousand dollar bonus approved this week for Superintendent Randy Stepp.