In March, State Auditor Tom Schweich released a report looking at 14 areas of the district's operations.
Overall, it rated the district's financial operation as "fair" and expressed specific concerns over its handling of some real estate matters.
Now Darrell Moore, who is the auditor's chief litigation counsel, says it appears the majority of the audit findings have been implemented by SPS or are in progress.
Monday night, Moore and members of the state audit team met with SPS administrators and school board members for a 90-day status update.
The district says in 4-6 weeks, the Missouri State Auditor's Office will publish a final follow up report, categorizing Springfield Public Schools' progress on about 20 findings.
The final report will classify the findings as "implemented," "in progress," "partially implemented," or "not implemented."