For the second time in the month, a Navasota ISD teacher has been accused of improper conduct with a student.
The teacher is accused of sending “improper electronic communications” in early 2018 to the student who is no longer enrolled in the school district, according to Superintendent Stu Musik. He also stated the two never had a physical relationship.
It appears at this time no crime was committed, but the teacher may have violated school district policy concerning electronic communications between students and staff.
The school district took action after Navasota police presented the school district with its findings Thursday night, and the police are continuing their investigation.
The investigation is not connected to the criminal case involving Jennifer Drushel, another teacher who is accused of having an improper relationship with a student.
Drushel was arrested earlier this month and charged with Improper Relationship between Educator and Student, a 2nd degree felony. We’ll update you as we hear more here on Willy 1550 and 98.7 FM.