LEBANON, Conn. (WTNH) — A Lyman Memorial High School teacher is being investigated for “inappropriate conduct,” say Connecticut State Police.
Troopers in Lebanon confirmed an “active and ongoing” investigation into a female high school teacher in their town on Friday morning.
Connecticut State Police with Troop K say that the complaint of misconduct came from Lyman Memorial High School administration.
Superintendent Robert Angeli says the teacher has been “placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.” His full statement on the incident is below:
Can’t provide a lot of detail due to the ongoing investigation.Tuesday afternoon after school district administrators received information alleging that a teacher at LMHS may have engaged in some inappropriate conduct over the weekend. We met with the teacher Wednesday morning. She was placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. At this point no documentation has been sent home to parents and guardians, because we do not have anything definitive at this point.”