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School officials investigating following complaints

School officials investigating following complaints



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Marc Giauque reportingA health teacher at Fort Herriman Middle School isn't likely to return to class this year in the midst of allegations she got way too explicit during a sex education class.

District and school officials met this morning with about a hundred parents to talk about the class which some students say got way too detailed and some parents say crossed way over the line.

Parent Suzanne Johnson says the materials apparently came from an out-of-state high school curriculum. She said, "A rogue teacher deciding that children need to know these things simply because they have curiosities of them does not make it right."

School officials will only say they're conducting a thorough investigation. They say some are defending her actions. But they say if the allegations are true, the teacher did go beyond the state mandated curriculum.

E-mail: mgiauque@ksl.com

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