Two educators with the Vidor Independent School District have been suspended for ‘inappropriate conduct' with students.
The district did not release the names of the employees involved or the nature of the alleged inappropriate conduct.
One of the educators is an employee of Oak Forest Elementary and the other of Vidor Jr. High. The two were suspended this week.
Vidor ISD Superintendent Dr. Jay Killgo said he received a letter and photo on his desk that was used as evidence for the suspensions.
Dr. Killgo said the Vidor ISD Police Department and the Vidor Police Department are investigating. The school board will decide how to move forward following the outcome of the investigation.
All information about the incident has been forwarded to local law enforcement, Texas Family and Protective Services and the State Board of Educator Certification.
"Our student's safety is of upmost concern to us, VISD is also committed to having employees that exemplify the values of our communities," said Vidor ISD spokesperson Sally Anderews.