Selma Unified School District and Selma police are investigating a report of possible misconduct between an employee and a student, interim superintendent Teresa Wood confirmed on Wednesday afternoon.
School officials were notified late Monday about a situation and began interviewing students on Tuesday, said Wood, who did not elaborate on what may have happened.
The principals at Lincoln Middle School and Selma High School sent an all-call message to parents Tuesday afternoon to alert them about the investigation. The district also mailed a letter home to parents.
School leaders are asking any parent with information about adult actions or verbal misconduct to call the school principals, Woods said.
No charges have been filed and no arrests have been made so far, Woods said. “The person in the investigation is no longer an employee of the district.”