ISD Worker Accused of Inappropriate Relationship

Princeton High School
Princeton High School | Image by Princeton ISD

Princeton ISD confirmed that it is assisting police with an investigation regarding allegations that a staff member had an inappropriate relationship with a student from Princeton High School.

A short statement from the district on social media confirmed that the district is working with the Princeton Police Department and the investigation is ongoing at this time.

The statement said that the staff member is no longer employed by the district, adding that “PISD officials will continue to cooperate with police in the course of their investigation.”

“Student safety continues to be a priority for Princeton ISD, and as such, if you ever have any concerns, please reach out to the administration of your child’s campus,” added the district in the statement.

A similar incident was announced by Northwest ISD last week following the arrest of an assistant principal who is now facing charges of sexual abuse of a child, as previously reported by The Dallas Express.

An email sent to parents by Eaton High School principal Stacy Miles confirmed that Mose Brown was arrested by Fort Worth Police for the alleged “continuous sexual abuse of a child,” per The Dallas Express.

Each of these cases is now among a growing list of educators accused of similar actions.

In addition to these two cases, there have also been accusations against:

A Sharyland ISD secretary,

A longtime Arlington ISD substitute,

A Henrietta ISD teacher’s aide,

A Houston ISD middle school teacher,

A Jacksboro ISD teacher’s aide,

A former Vernon ISD coach,

A Chapel Hill ISD dyslexia specialist,

A former special education aide for Frisco, Richardson, Lovejoy, and Prosper ISDs,

A former Frisco ISD school resource officer,

A Killeen ISD special education teacher,

An Arlington charter high school athletics director,

A Lewisville ISD elementary school teacher,

A Mesquite ISD teacher and coach,

A Farmers Branch private school teacher,

Itasca ISD’s superintendent,

And a high school teacher and a middle school athletics director from Dallas ISD.

Sexual crimes such as these have continued to occur at high rates in Dallas throughout 2023.

Since the start of the year, there have been 582 cases of sexual offense reported in Dallas, according to the City’s crime analytics overview dashboard.

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