In an interview with The Gazette after her release from jail on bail, Haglin admitted to a sexual relationship with the student and said Washington administrators knew about the relationship and told her to keep it “hush-hush.” A district statement released Tuesday didn’t provide much new information, citing student and personnel confidentiality.
Although administrators had been trained in September 2015 on investigative procedures — which Superintendent Brad Buck mentioned at the Aug.
According to emails acquired by The Gazette through a Freedom of Information Act request, Plagman during a second investigation of the rumored sexual relationship, agreed to write Haglin a letter of recommendation.
The request came three months after Plagman and Johnson first investigated Haglin and wrongly determining the rumors to be unfounded.
8 school board meeting — Plagman and Johnson did not follow those procedures during their first investigation in February, the statement reads.
This time, likely yes A look from both sides of the interview table for filling this open Iowa Supreme Court position CEDAR RAPIDS — A former Washington High School substitute teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student filed a written not guilty plea Wednesday in Linn County Associate District Court.Click here to return to the page you were visiting.A substitute teacher accused of having sex with a 17-year-old high school student in Cedar Rapids claims the student seduced her.After she left Washington High, district officials then failed to remove Haglin from a substitute teacher database, and she was placed as a substitute teacher in a different school for nine days at the end of the 2015-2016 school year.District officials on Tuesday closed a six-week-long, in-house investigation that aimed to answer questions about events related to Haglin. Please check your email and click on the link to activate your profile.