SEMINOLE, TX (KWES) - Seminole ISD Superintendent Gary Laramore will be going under the microscope on Monday.
The school district will be reviewing his performance.
Laramore was arrested back in October in Seagraves for DWI but allowed to keep his job.
On Monday, board members will conduct an evaluation of Laramore.
Less than three months ago, Laramore was arrested for DWI and on Friday his DWI case was officially filed.
Since Laramore's arrest, he's been under fire for the incident.
The arrest was made in Seagraves.
Authorities say they found Laramore behind the wheel with a blood alcohol content of 0.186, which is twice the legal limit.
This isn't Superintendent Laramore's first DWI as he was convicted back in 1991.
In the incident, Seminole School Board Trustees allowed Laramore to return to his duties as superintendent.
Keep in mind an evaluation of the superintendent is an annual process.
In a statement from the school district, they say Laramore is, "facing potential litigation stemming from a mid-October arrest for an alleged driving while intoxicated charge."
The school board meeting is open to the public and is scheduled for 7 p.m Monday.
Evaluations are based on the superintendent's job description and performance goals.
Laramore started with the Seminole School District about eight months ago.