The school board scheduled the vote on Syverson's contract after he was suspended for a Dec. 22 traffic stop on 96th Street west of Allisonville Road.
Syverson failed a series of sobriety tests in the stop by a Fishers police officer, but was driven home and not arrested.
After Police Chief George Kehl determined he should have been arrested, prosecutors charged him with drunken driving.
Syverson was suspended Jan. 4 and notified of the proposed termination soon after that.
Syverson is scheduled to appear in court in March for a bench trial on two counts of drunken driving.
This from the Indianapolis Star.