A meeting was called with our newly elected (and some personally chosen by the principal) officers to discuss the change from a PTO to a PTA. This change is something that is being PUSHED by the principal and even though all members were not at this meeting, the principal kept pushing until someone (one of the officers personally chosen by the principal) made a motion to vote on it. A few others thought it was a little premature and that we didn't have enough info to vote so when one officer (let's call her X) asked the principal to leave so the "PTO" could discuss, he flatly REFUSED. From that point on, the principal became very defensive, and even hotheaded at one point especially when talking to X. X said nothing negative about the principal or PTA but just asked for more time to ensure an informed decision was made. The motion was eventually tabled so more information could be gathered and as soon as the meeting was over, the principal stormed out. The next day, the principal called all the officers at home, except X, to apologize for the drama and even named X by name. Then the principal sent an email to X asking for a meeting because of the "disrespect" he received and even threatened X with their involvement for the next year on the PTO. Did this principal overstep his bounds by demanding to not leave the meeting? Did he cross the line by naming X when he called the other officers? The bylaws state that he is to be considered an "advisor / consultant", he is not an "officer" with a vote. Please help!