Superintendent calls the scam very sophisticated. Warns other schools.
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“I shouldn’t talk about it, but I think everyone else sees other things going on in the community right now,” said O’Donnell.
A school’s future is up in the air as Newton school board members consider raising new money for the district through a bond issue.