SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — A Mira Mesa High School staff member has been placed on administrative leave after allegations of an "inappropriate relationship," according to the San Diego Unified School District.
In a letter to Mira Mesa High parents, Principal Jeff Sabins said the staff member was placed on leave pending an investigation by SDUSD.
"In order [to] ensure the safety and security of our students at MMHS, the San Diego Unified School District is currently conducting a thorough investigation into the allegations, and has placed the individual on administrative leave," the letter said.
The letter added the investigation was in early stages. No further information about the allegations or staff member's position at the campus were immediately released.
Sabins asked any with any information about the alleged relationship to contact Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477 or SDUSD’s Quality Assurance Office at 619-725-7211.