It comes just days after the superintendent called it quits. 

The Mississippi Department of Education has recently been watching Tunica County Schools after an audit found the district to be in violation of several accreditation standards. 
Stephan Chandler resigned last Thursday after serving nearly four years as tunica county schools superintendent. 

A recent audit found the Tunica County School District in violation of 25 out of 31 accreditation standards from special education to child nutrition. Robert hall points the finger at former superintendent Stephan Chandler.

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