Frazee-Vergas could use a larger reserve, but otherwise has 'very clean' audit report
The annual audit revealed a clean bill of health for the Frazee-Vergas School District, thanks in part to salary sacrifices made by teachers and administrators.
The district needs to build its undesignated reserve fund, but other than that has done a good job of meeting its budget, according to Randall Highland, of Carlson Highland & Co., LLP.
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