El Paso Independent School District officals say they will release the details of their audit Monday.

The draft of the audit was delivered to the school trustees in February.

Four principals and four assistant principals were terminated or their contracts not renewed last week, likely in connection to the audit.

One educator is in prison and eight others could be fired in a cheating scandal that sparked the audit.

Regardless, 200 parents, students and employees of the district demonstrated in support of some of the disgraced educators.

The results of the $800,000 audit will be released on the district’s website.

Information from the Associated Press used in this story