Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) and An Achievable Dream (AAD) have expanded their partnership with the opening of a new addition at Lynnhaven Middle School. The 25,000-square-foot addition is the home to the Lynnhaven AAD High School Program. The program currently services ninth through 11th graders and will expand to 12th grade next year.
Reporting Fraud, Waste & Abuse
From time to time, every organization experiences employee dishonesty, theft or fraud; Virginia Beach City Public Schools is no exception. Such acts impact the resources of VBCPS and its departments and programs.
Virginia Beach City Public Schools is committed to being honest, efficient, effective, and fully accountable to its citizens by eliminating fraud and maintaining a highly ethical environment throughout our organization. The VBCPS Fraud Hotline, coordinated by the Department of Internal Audit, is a fraud reporting mechanism. This program is designed to assist VBCPS employees in preventing and detecting incidents of fraud, waste, and abuse within Virginia Beach City Public Schools. This hotline focuses on dishonest acts by VBCPS employees or its contractors.
- Theft or misappropriation of VBCPS resources
- Falsification of official documents or reports
- Corruption or official misconduct, including misuse of VBCPS information, conflicts of interest, or offering or accepting bribes
- Conducting personal business on VBCPS time
- Violations of VBCPS procurement policy or contract fraud
- Tampering with government records
The Department of Internal Audit does not investigate routine personnel issues such as employee grievances or complaints relating to civil rights, sexual harassment and equal employment. To report routine personnel issues, please call the Office of Employee Relations 757.263.1046.