Substitute Teacher Under Investigation for Allegedly Viewing Inappropriate Images on Cellphone at West Covina Elementary School

A substitute teacher at a West Covina elementary school is currently under investigation following allegations that the educator viewed “inappropriate images” on his cellphone while on campus. The West Covina Unified School District promptly removed the teacher from the classroom on Friday and has initiated an investigation into the matter, as stated in a news release issued by the district. The incident was also reported to the West Covina Police Department and Los Angeles County Child Protective Services.

Principal Sylvia Fullerton of Cameron Elementary School sent an email to parents on Friday evening, informing them about the incident. The district expressed its full cooperation with law enforcement and child welfare authorities, emphasizing their commitment to taking appropriate actions based on the ongoing investigation’s outcomes, according to the news release.

The West Covina Police Department has not confirmed the specific actions taken against the teacher at this time. KTLA-TV Channel 5 reported that the teacher was not arrested due to a lack of evidence.

In response to the alleged incident, some parents are planning to stage a protest outside the elementary school on Tuesday morning. The district has also made counseling services available to students who may require additional support, and parents can contact the district to request these services.

Author: CrimeDoor

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  1. The substitute teacher viewing inappropriate images on his cellphone while on campus is like a gardener tending to a beautiful garden but secretly planting weeds among the flowers.

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