The Monroe City School Board was supposed to tackle disciplinary issues with a staff member Tuesday.
But after an executive session they called the whole thing off.
named Patrick Taylor the interim principal at
the board was supposed to discuss possibly removing Janet Davis as principal of
In the end the board decided not to decide.
The Monroe School Board opened to discuss tough issues.
One item even called for a removal of Janet Davis as Principal of Lincoln Elementary School.
And that caused chaos to break out before an agenda was even approved.
Board member Rodney McFarland asked for the item to be moved to a special meeting.
"We need to be assured that no business will take place on this matter without the full board," said McFarland.
The outbreak caused board president Brenda Shelling to call for members to come together.
"I can promise as chair of this board meeting today that we will be above board, credible and honorable," said Shelling.
But that didn't stop board members like Jessie Handy questioning if the board could indeed move forward with a removal.
"We want to be honest and fair about it and that's why I ask for number 13 to be pulled," said Handy
Still a majority agreed to discuss the matter in executive session.
But after the session lasted over an hour...the board voted to kill the item entirely.
In essence the board decided not to do anything.
would not comment on what misconduct
Board attorney Doug Lawrence also gave no reasoning.
are certain items I cannot publicly discuss," said
Board members and the board's attorney could not say if an item to remove Lincoln Elementary Principal Janet Davis will be introduced at any future meetings.