Editor’s Note: This story has been updated to clarify which events prompted the board to take a vote on censuring two trustees.

ROUND ROCK, Texas (KXAN) — The Round Rock Independent School District board voted Thursday night not to censure two trustees for walking out of a 2022 meeting.

According to the measures before the board, Mary Bone and Danielle Weston walked out of the June 16, 2022 meeting.

Here’s the breakdown of the votes to censure Bone and Weston.

For censuring Bone and Weston:

  • Board President Amber Feller (Place 3)
  • Board Vice President Tiffanie Harrison (Place 6)
  • Board Secretary Amy Weir (Place 5)

Against censuring Bone and Weston:

  • Board Trustee Dr. Mary Bone (Place 2)
  • Board Trustee Cory Vessa (Place 4)
  • Board Trustee Danielle Weston (Place 7)

Abstaining on both votes:

  • Board Trustee Dr. Kevin R. Johnson, Sr. (Place 1)

Danielle Weston sent the following statement to KXAN Thursday night.

“Politics over students once again from the Round Rock ISD board majority. The trustees who voted to censure me are the same ones who are protecting the only superintendent in Texas with a permanent restraining order and the same trustees who have not attended school safety committee meetings required by the state for a year. Attacking me for exposing their malfeasance is expected and I will continue to expose them until they are voted out of office in less than 90 days.”

Trustee Danielle Weston

Weston was referring to Superintendent Hafedh Azaiez.

The board voted March 24 to reinstate Azaiez after trustees hired an outside investigator to look into Azaiez’s conduct as alleged in a protective order issued by a Travis County district court.

The board placed him on paid administrative leave in early January.