A charter school in Orange County, Florida, closed its doors for the last time in June.

The principal took home a cash payout of more than $500,000 after the school failed.

The local public school board is outraged and says the taxpayers’ money should be returned to the district.

The principal’s customary salary was $305,000, almost triple the $116,000 typically paid to public school principals in the same district.

She is still on partial salary as she helps to close out the school.

As the song goes, “nice work if you can get it…”