Gray said SACS has sent a letter to Superintendent John Harper. After his response, SACS will determine whether to conduct an investigation.
"My constituents have told me this is what they want and for the board to be held accountable for their behavior," Gray said.
She said the letter sent to SACS calls into question the use of county school facilities by Excel Christian Academy, the use of facilities by the Rome Volleyball Club and a board retreat held in Floyd County, which Gray said had the appearance of wrongdoing. She also cited the possible conflict of interest in violation of board policy and SACS standards involving Board President Davis Nelson and plan reviews he had signed as district supervisor for Bartow County Coosa River Soil and Water Conservation District Erosion and Sediment Control Plan Review with regard to the new Emerson Elementary School site.
"I want SACS to come in and let us know that we are doing wrong and hold us accountable, or that we're not doing wrong and move forward," Gray said.
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