(SAVANNAH, Mo.) The Savannah Law enforcement Division is investigating a middle university teacher put on administrative leave.
According to a letter from the Savannah R-III School District to middle school families, a trainer is on leave from his place and will remain away from his classroom and college students at this time.
The district would only validate the instructor is on go away.
“The district has no further comment at this time,” mentioned Jess Gillet, Communications Coordinator for the Savannah R-III College District.
KQ2 is not releasing the title of the instructor right up until an arrest is manufactured or fees are filed.
The Savannah Law enforcement Division confirmed an investigation is using put.
And this is not the initial time the educator has been positioned on administrative depart.
Back in 2018, an educator with the same name was positioned on administrative leave at Northeast Nodaway College District for undisclosed good reasons.
KQ2 reached out to the Savannah R-III Faculty District for a lot more info regarding when the teacher was employed, nevertheless they declined to share that facts.
However, the state did share details on the educator’s employment historical past.
The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education said just after leaving Northeast Nodaway, the educator invested a 12 months at Craig R-III ahead of getting hired on at Savannah Center College in 2020. Craig R-III’s superintendent, Mike Leach, mentioned the trainer left their faculty on great standing to persue a improved occupation prospect in Savannah.
When the Savannah R-III School District has declined to elaborate on the teacher’s depart, they did point out in their letter to family members that they are having actions to tackle any worries totally and immediately.