Teacher Removed from John F. Kennedy HS in Granada Hills

A letter sent home Friday informed parents of a teacher dismissed three days prior

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.”

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.

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