Written by Jim Brunson Friday, 15 August 2014 10:08
In an interview just after she announced her resignation, Treviño said she decided to step down because her sister had applied for an administrative position with the school district.
“A family member has an opportunity to put her name in the hat, and family comes first with me. I’d like for her to have the opportunity without me being influential in any way, shape or form to the process,” she said. “That’s what I would expect of any board member, because there’s going to be the perception that she’s going to get it because her sister is there (on the board).”