PLANO (CBSDFW.COM) – The Plano ISD is holding a series of meetings on Monday to address the concerns of parents regarding teacher issues at Martha Hunt Elementary School.
The meetings come less than a month after an October meeting in which parents expressed their anger over the schools second alleged case of child sexual abuse within the past two years.
The district has designed the meetings as a series of smaller meetings formatted specifically to share and gather information.
In October, Todd Reich, an elementary school coach, was charged with indecency with a child for several alleged incidents of inappropriately touching a Hunt Elementary student.
This came just a year after former Plano ISD teacher Joseph Garbarini was sentenced to 62 years in prison for molesting kindergarten students.
The district Superintendent, representatives from human resources, and safety and security members will participate in the meetings throughout the day held in the Hunt Elementary School Library.
Parents were required to register online, and the registration process has since closed.
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