Nashville Scrapper Booster Club: Patrons Ask, Where's the Money?
Freedom of Information requests yield more questions than answers
Recent events in the Nashville Scrapper School District have resulted in numerous tips from Nashville community members.
In the last few weeks, South Arkansas Reckoning has received numerous documents, screenshots and messages pointing out community concerns.
In an effort to find a fact-based explanation for community members about the inner connections between the Scrapper Booster Club and the Nashville School District, we requested documents under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.
As a result of the January 22 request for information about item 3, the official response from Superintendent Graham's administration concerning donations made by any 501c3 is below.
Community members continued to send information and concerns to South Arkansas Reckoning related to the frequent requests by the Scrapper Booster Club for donations.
Another request for information on Jan. 29 was sent to Graham seeking transparency for community members.
Graham responded that afternoon that he needed to consult with the school district's attorney.
Richard responded to Graham to simplify and clarify the requested information.
Graham did not respond that day.
On February 1 at 3:38 p.m., South Arkansas Reckoning reached out to Graham to inquire about any information that may have been prepared for release during the three-day period under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.
At 3:45 p.m. on Feb.1, we received a detailed response from Superintendent Graham concerning the Nashville School District and the “Scrapper Booster Club” fundraising. His response is below.
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