EXETER, N.H. (AP) — An investigation into allegations of unprofessional conduct by three teachers at a New Hampshire high school involves a screenplay.
The school superintendent in Exeter said two teachers had resigned and confirmed Friday that the third teacher also resigned.
The information has been shared with the state Department of Education and with police, which are conducting their own investigations, Superintendent Michael Morgan said in a letter to the school community Thursday.
Morgan said in the letter that an "original screenplay" was discovered as part of the district's investigation. He said some may view it as "controversial."
"You may hear more about this matter, which I am not at liberty discuss at this time," Morgan wrote.
He added, "Although this is an ongoing, confidential, personnel investigation, please be assured SAU officials will make every effort to provide accurate information when possible. The safety and security of our students is always a top priority, and I can assure you that our school community members are safe."
None of the teachers has been charged with a crime. School officials have not released their names.
Exeter Police Department Capt. William Shupe had said the complaints involve allegations of sexual misconduct.