Prater also asked that board members make public their reasons for reassigning Crowe.
Board member Jacqueline Carrera declined to comment, saying school board members would violate state education codes and the district's own policy if they were to publicly discuss Crowe's employment status.
Nuesseler said Wednesday that many teachers are convinced that some district employees helped incite the student unrest. She said teachers at Hawthorne High are circulating a letter this week asking law-enforcement officials to investigate the student protests and to file criminal charges against any adults who encouraged the demonstrations.
A similar letter was signed last week by about 70 teachers at Leuzinger High School.
Nuesseler declined to say who she thinks encouraged the protests but said that during the demonstration a four-page letter citing a list of alleged racial incidents was circulated among students.
Nuesseler said she believes some of the information in the letter, titled "A Failure to Stop the Lynching," could only have been obtained from administration officials.