SALEM, Mass. — A tutor who works for Salem Public Schools has been placed on leave amid an investigation into allegations of inappropriate interactions with students, officials said.
The tutor in question is said to be a part-time employee at the Horace Mann Laboratory School.
“We are aware of conversations happening among our staff and families related to the suspension of a part-time academic tutor for allegations of inappropriate interactions with students,” a spokesperson for the school district said in a statement. “As a school district, our first priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of all our students. While we are limited in what can be shared, please know that these allegations are receiving our full attention.”
Salem Public Schools and the Department of Children & Families are investigating the allegations with Salem police.
There were no additional details immediately available.
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