By Robert Tomlinson
CONSTANTINE — A Constantine Public Schools employee is on non-disciplinary paid administrative leave amid an investigation into alleged “inappropriate contact” they had with two students.
According to a statement from the school district Friday, Superintendent Joe Holloway said he became aware of the allegations and initiated a “fact-finding” investigation into the allegation. The district said they are cooperating with law enforcement agencies.
In their statement, the district said their “top priority is to provide a safe environment for its students,” and the investigation is ongoing. The Commercial-News has reached out to the district seeking further information, however the district’s statement says there is no further information regarding the incident at this time.
Those with questions about the district’s statement are asked to call Holloway at (269) 435-8900.
Robert Tomlinson can be reached at 279-7488 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2 Replies to “Constantine schools investigating employee’s ‘inappropriate contact’ with students”
Thought the Commercial went out of business (which leaves me to question the validity of this article).
The Commercial-News has not gone out of business; there were announcements made last December that we would, yes, but the paper was bought by Wilcox Newspapers at pretty much the last second around that time. We’ve been continuously operating ever since.
So, to answer your question of its validity, this announcement was also posted to the Constantine Public School District Facebook page, which is the official account for the district. That post can be found here, which we based this story off of: https://www.facebook.com/Constantinepublicschools/posts/pfbid026Vix9irHK5E1gRVq9znpRqs1exri1LNH5uWvjuEFpYQTbbiMxAR3WZN7dCHfi1zrl