By Curt Olson | Texas Watchdog
AUSTIN — La Joya Independent School District has two months to prove it can account for all lunches served in the district or risk losing out on $100 million in federal funding.
The district has struck out twice so far. It has reported serving thousands more meals a month than it actually doled out, two audits conducted by the Texas Department of Agriculture in the last year showed.
If a third audit in December reveals discrepancies, the district will lose $100 million over five years, the Mission Progress Times reports.