The Sacramento Police Department is conducting an investigation into a reported incident of sexual assault involving an employee and a student at John F. Kennedy High School. The incident was reported on Friday morning, prompting immediate action from the police. Sexual assault and child abuse detectives have been assigned to the case, although no arrests have been made at this time.
The Sacramento City Unified School District has released a statement confirming that the employee allegedly involved in the assault is no longer employed by the district. The employee was identified as a substitute who was not assigned to classroom duties. The school district is cooperating closely with law enforcement and is committed to ensuring the ongoing safety and well-being of both students and staff.
Principal Reginald Brown addressed concerned parents, assuring them that updates will be provided as new information emerges. Principal Brown reiterated that the employee in question on the JFK High School sexual assault issue is no longer working for the district. Safeguarding the welfare and security of students and staff remains a top priority.