Documents filed in U.S. District Court list about $3.7 million in alleged ‘questionable expenditures’ made by Macon-based Progressive Consulting Technologies Inc. after it received money from an alleged fraudulent computer sale to Bibb County schools.
Federal grand jurors indicted Cliffard Whitby, 54, of Forsyth, in a public corruption probe linked to an alleged fraudulent technology sale to Bibb County Schools in 2012. Former superintendent Romain Dallemand pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return.
The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities created this public service announcement and has encouraged schools to show it to their students, parents and faculty. The agency wants to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health conditions and promote mental health awareness.
Video courtesy of the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities
Spotting the signs of mental health issues
Area first-graders getting special treat on first day of school