WCSD attorney discusses Pedro Martinez situation
Washoe County School District outside attorney Kent Robison says two board of trustees members approached Martinez about his CPA status the morning of Tuesday, July 22nd.
Robison says board members believed this was a serious issue and suggested putting it on a public meeting agenda.
“The superintendent became agitated, offered to resign, demanded 15 months of compensation at 238,000 dollars of annual payment plus 15 month,” says Robison.
The attorney also says Martinez eventually left the building before the two sides resolved the issue.
Martinez’s lawsuit against the school district is still on the table despite returning to work.