A teacher was removed from John F. Kennedy High School in Granada Hills Tuesday amid allegations of misconduct, according to a letter sent home Friday.
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That letter claims that due to “legal constraints regarding confidential personnel matters, the details of this incident cannot be disclosed.”
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LAUSD officials said the teacher in question is currently working at a non-teaching facility.
A similar note when home with students at Rancho Dominguez Preparatory High School exactly one week ago after a substitute teacher there was removed amid allegations he was secretly videotaping students.
That teacher had been working at the school two days before a student noticed the camera and told officials.