A state audit has found the Nishna Valley School District in southwest Iowa has probably gotten 180-thousand dollars MORE in state school aid that it should have. Deputy Auditor Warren Jenkins says the school said it had more students enrolled than it did. The school reported 45 more students than were actually enrolled in September of ’99 and four more students than were enrolled in September of last year. Jenkins says the present Nishna Valley superintendent helped initiate the audit. The previous superintendent submitted the flawed student counts, and Jenkins says the district must repay the state. Jenkins says the district is taking steps to resolve the problem.