The attorney representing College Station Superintendent Jimmy Creel is considering filing an official complaint against the school board.
This comes as a result of a article in the Bryan-College Station Eagle in which three board members admitted the board had issues with Creel's leadership, and that was what led to him being placed on administrative leave.
Bedford attorney Neal Adams today said their conversations with the media violate state statutes and that anything relating to Creel's contract or performance is confidential.
Adams also said he and Creel are in the process of crafting a response to the board's evaluation, which they received Wedesday evening, that they hope to deliver to the board next week.
Creel was placed on paid administrative leave after a six hour special board meeting Tuesday evening.