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Paw Paw teacher on paid leave after allegations of inappropriate relationship

PAW PAW, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - A Paw Paw high school teacher is now on paid leave as police and the school are now investigating allegations of an inappropriate relationship between teacher and student.

As no charges have been brought, the teacher is not being identified at this time, however Newschannel 3 has been able to confirm that the teacher was put on leave starting Tuesday.

The school made the decision as a result of a police investigation.

Paw Paw Superintendent Anthony Habra told Newschannel 3 that the school district is conducting their own investigation as well.

The teacher did briefly speak to Newschannel 3, but offered no comment at this time.

Paw Paw High School Principal Michael Dahlinger sent home a letter to parents to notify them of the situation.

It said:

"Dear Parents/Guardians:

I am sorry for the brevity of this note; there is currently an investigation of one of our HS teaching staff. No students are in danger. At PPHS our number one concern is student safety we consistently strive to ensure every student has the right to feel physically and emotionally safe. The teacher is on administrative leave until the investigation is complete.

Thank you for your support as we continue to strive for excellence."

Police and the school are still investigating, and Newschannel 3 will keep an eye on the story, passing along any new information as it comes to us.