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Seneca School District Superintendent Reprimanded

SENECA, Mo.--- The Missouri Ethics Commission is reprimanding the superintendent of Seneca School District.
SENECA, MO.--- The Missouri Ethics Commission is reprimanding the superintendent of Seneca School District.

Dr. Steve Wilmoth worked as a consultant for a company called Education Services of America while working as the school district's superintendent.

During that time, the school district hired ESA to handle teaching at-risk students without knowing about Wilmoth's position with the company.
 
On February 27, 2012, a district employee reported a potential conflict of interest and on that same month, Wilmoth quit ESA.

The Missouri Ethics Commission has ruled that a conflict of interest and that Wilmoth must pay a fine of $8,250. School Board President Brad Storrs refused to comment, and Dr. Wilmoth did not return our calls.
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