Bark if the administration, the complicit attorney, and somnolent, collusive board do something untoward like sending a staff member or teacher to the Professional Standards Abu Ghraib on a trumped-up charge when they sit silent while a board member conducts an affair with the superintendent's knowledge in the offices at ROSSAC. Then the administration with attorney and board collusion fires him because the situation may become public and taint board-administration-attorney image. But in its customary unfair arrogance, it protects Ms. Jezebel and promotes her to board chair.
Go to the authorities; tell them what's going on. Sing like a canary.
I have reported to the bar association of Hillsborough County on its brother attorney's conduct; a colleague has sent the Florida Bar complaint to the Superintendents Association. We will send it also to the School Board State Association.
Turn over the rocks, and when the bugs run helter skelter, report what's going on to the supervisory state bodies. The Hillsborough County school administration is not autonomous--although its D-student myrmidons want you to think they are; there are state bodies who monitor and dictate their conduct. Just think of these state agencies as a kind of super-Professional Standards check on lawless administrators, board, or attorneys.
We live in a democracy, not in the Gulag Archipelago. Let's act like we deserve to live in a democracy.
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post " Ms. Elia: Board attorney Mr. Gonzalez refus...":
Years ago I was involved with the school system in a legal matter. I requested transcripts of the affair and was told by Gonzalez that I didn't need them since I couldn't do anything with them. So not only does he avoid fulfilling his duties as an officer of the court, he blatantly decides for others what they are entitled to by law.
Pray add the above to my complaint against Thompson et al. People—both teachers and staff of the school system-- are afraid to speak out, so they send anonymous comments to my blog about the school system. If they speak out, the administration puts them under surveillance to tag them with something with which to fire them.
Lee Drury De Cesare