Suspension of Reynoldsburg school administrators has parents worried

Two administrators at Reynoldsburg's Baldwin Road Junior High are on leave and the district isn't giving many details. (WSYX/WTTE)

Several questions remain as to why two Baldwin Road Junior High School administrators were put on leave.

The school district even tonight is remaining very tightlipped about the investigation.

As the students at Baldwin Road junior high school get ready to end the school year new concerns over why administrators were just put on paid administrative leave are surfacing.

Toni Albrecht is a concerned parent. Her daughter attends Baldwin Road Junior High.

"As parents, we're owed a little more information than what they gave us," she said. "We need more details. It's very concerning."

The Reynoldsburg school district won't elaborate on the allegations, only saying the matter is under investigation and only referred to the letter sent home to parents.

In that letter it states the administrators may not have complied with required school procedures.

Two police reports show allegations of sexual imposition may have happened between students in the last month at the school.

One incident happened on May 2 and was reported on May 5. The other happened on April 27 and was reported on May 8.

The school board won't say if these reports have anything to do with the investigation.

The school board president says he wants to stress that the kids are safe and not in any danger.

He says a hearing will be held soon.

Students get out of school on the 24th.

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