In an interview Tuesday in her office, Sabolinski shed some light on how school officials learned of the allegation and described their thinking leading up to Monday’s public announcement that the educator in question had been placed on paid administrative leave pending the results of police and internal investigations.
"We are really sick over this," she said. "It has been devastating to the high school administration and the district administration."
Sabolinski would not specify the nature of the allegation or identify the teacher, only saying that, at some point, "lines were crossed."
Read more: http://www.milforddailynews.com/news/x1868831797/Franklin-superintendent-sick-over-allegation-of-teacher#ixzz2dFva5O9R
WBZ Boston's news piece from Tuesday:
School Opening Update
It all about an allegation
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