A Navasota teacher is back in the classroom today, after recently being cleared of allegations of improper conduct.
The Navasota Independent School District Superintendent explains the claims were explored just before spring break, after some students had voiced concerns about a teacher’s grading practices and possible favoritism in the classroom.
And just as a precaution, the Navasota PD was also brought in to investigate, Rory Gesch says, adding that, believe it or not, your kid’s grades are protected by law.
But, Gesch tells Navasota News the NPD handed the case back to the district after it’s investigation failed to uncover any evidence that a crime had been committed.
Through the District’s investigation, he continues, the teacher was brought back into the fold (as it were) and made recommendations on what the educator should and shouldn’t do.
As for the students who made the initial complaints, the superintendent reports their campus administration has not heard any further negative comments since it began working to resolve the issue.