The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that the district likely will be responsible for paying the fees related to Hall's role as superintendent of the 50,000-student district.
A state investigation released in July revealed widespread cheating in nearly half of the district's 100 schools. Hall retired just days before the report came out but investigators said she either knew or should have known about the cheating.
Hall has denied the allegations. Her attorney, Richard Deane, did not immediately return a request for comment from The Associated Press.