The controversy surrounding the Little Rock School District Superintendent seems to be trickling down to his administrative staff.
Dr. Roy Brooks was on the job Friday only one day after the board voted to suspend him.
But at this point, Brooks has not received a letter formally stating the charges against him that could lead to his firing.
But some of his administrative staff have received letters.
What do those say?
In short the letter says that if Brooks is fired their jobs could be in jeopardy.
FOX16 was told 8 people on Brooks' staff received the letter last night.
And it appears to be from board President Katherine Mitchell. Mitchell could not be reached for verification that she wrote the letter.
The letter states in part, "This letter is to inform you that because the LRSD board has voted to proceed with action to suspend the current superintendent, your administrative position may change during the next contract year should a new superintendent be selected….Persons at your level of employment serve at the pleasure of the superintendent. We are desirous of providing the new superintendent, should one be forthcoming, with the same options afforded Dr. Brooks."
It goes on to say, "if you disagree with this action you may request a hearing before the board to explain your position."
Dr. Brooks has not commented on the letter, however, board member Baker Kurrus says he was made aware of it Saturday and that the substance of it is nothing the board has considered.
Kurrus says the board has to have a meeting to take this type of action and to his knowledge no such meeting has taken place. He believes the letter is a violation of board policy and he disapproves of it.
We will continue to follow to story as it unfolds.