School district leaders called for an audit after reports that thousands in cash could be missing from a Memphis high school.
Melrose High School boosters are working with the school district to figure out exactly how much is missing and who took it.
This came to light after Melrose PTSA members expressed concerns about unaccounted for concession stand profits.
There are also concerns about a $10,000 reimbursement for a basketball tournament in east Tennessee.
Melrose Booster, and retired Memphis Police captain, Claudette Boyd believes there's a lack of checks and balances at the school. She is relieved the district has agreed to conduct an audit
"We're trying to do the right thing, maintain the integrity of the school, and do what's best for Melrose High School," she said.
The district audit could wrap up as soon as next week. After that, Melrose school leaders would have seven days to respond.