The Moberly School District has reached a settlement with the Attorney General’s Office over the allegations that the district was not following the state’s Sunshine Law. Superintendent Dr. Dustin Fanning says the district is happy with the settlement.

Attorney General Eric Schmitt filed the suit in November, following previous concerns about the Moberly School District’s policy for recording Independent Education Plan (IEP) meetings, wanting parents to notify the district when those were being recorded.

Schmitt’s office categorized the previous form as a consent form, which the district denied. When Schmitt’s office filed a Sunshine Law request seeking documents related to the IEP recording policy, the Moberly School District requested three thousand dollars to produce those public records.