Riverton school officials say they hope to move on from the controversy over the district’s finances, now that Superintendent Tom Mulligan has resigned.
Mulligan had been under fire for months after a group of parents raised questions about expenditures on the district’s credit cards.
Mulligan had admitted using the cards for personal expenses and then reimbursing the district.
But audits raised other questions about the district’s financial oversight.
Mulligan will stay on the job until mid-December.
A search for a replacement will get underway soon.