School officials in Grafton, Massachusetts, are investigating claims of misconduct by a teacher.
The Grafton School District is being tight lipped about the incident. Students at Grafton High School didn't want to go on camera, but they said one of their teachers has not been in school since the senior class' graduation.
NBC10 Boston reached out to the school district and received a statement from the superintendent.
"We are reviewing information alleging misconduct by a teacher," Superintendent James Cummings said. "We neither confirm nor deny the identity of the teacher, as this is a personnel matter. The District has no further comment at this time."
Grafton Police say they are not involved in the investigation.