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The superintendent of a Texas school district, was recently suspended after the police that he head-butted the other superintendent, while drunk at a fast-food restaurant.
Xavier De La Torre, superintendent of the Ysleta Independent School District in El Paso, was suspended without pay for three days and on the 30th of July, after an alleged disagreement at a Whataburger in the month of June.
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In the following the July 30 meeting, the school district’s trustees, said De La Torre, and the suspension was “a proper cause of action against Dr. De La Torre is not the recommendation of the board of directors shall, without delay, notify the incident in question,” according to the El Paso Times. The Trustees do not acknowledge De La Torre’s alleged conduct in the same incident.
Xavier De La Torre, superintendent of the Ysleta schools, was suspended last week after he failed to tell you is that the school district was involved in an incident with another officer in the month of June.
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Police said De La Torre, of San Antonio, and with the other teachers in training through the Texas Association of school boards, appeared to be intoxicated and head-butted, ” José Espinoza, superintendent for the Socorro Independent School District, which covers much of El Paso County.
De La Torre denied the incident of the previous week, claims that he was not the aggressor and that he was not the head-butt anyone. Espinoza, according to the Times, said the police report will accurately reflect what actually happened on the 13th of June.
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The superintendent reportedly makes about $314,000 a year, and his contract with the school district runs through June 2024.
No criminal charges were filed after the reported altercation.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.