The Houston Chronicle is reporting that Madison High School Principal Carlotta Brown is among three high-ranking Houston ISD administrators have been temporarily relieved of their duties amid an investigation into allegations that staff members “were not appropriately dressed and behaved in a manner that lacked decorum” during an on-campus faculty holiday party.
Brown, who received national attention last spring after she implemented a dress code for parents visiting the southside campus.
Memos obtained through a public records request show the administrators temporarily were placed on home duty, with pay, in mid-January as district officials launched an investigation into an event at Madison. District officials ordered the administrators to remain available by phone from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each school day.
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