A recent audit of the Lake Washington School District came back clean, with the State Auditor’s Office reporting no major problems or deficiencies at area schools. In concluding its report, the Auditor’s Office told the District it should be “very pleased” with its results, according to a District news release sent out last week.
The agency released its review of the District on May 28.
Each year, the audit reviews three key items in every school district: The district’s accountability for public resources and compliance with laws; the district’s financial statements; and the district’s federal-program compliance (such as special education).
All of the documents reviewed are from the previous school year (meaning this year’s audit reviewed items from the 2006-07 school year).
For a link to the report, visit http://www.sao.wa.gov/applications/InternetReportSearch/AuditReportSearch.aspx. From this page, select Lake Washington School District from the “State and Local Government Entities” section, then click on the button that says “Search Audit Reports.”