It was then that the school district made a public comment, posting on its website a short statement that included: "We are deeply saddened and embarrassed by what occurred."Moors said the district kept mum about the allegations at the request of Carlsbad police and county prosecutors. She also said the district is constrained by personnel privacy issues and cannot specify why a teacher is no longer in a classroom."It is a labor issue, and they have legal rights as an employee," Moors said. "While I understand the public's credible desire to know, we are legally obligated to observe the law."Quite frankly, sometimes the same things happen with disciplinary actions with students. We don't share that with the parents of other children. I know it doesn't satisfy people, but we can't talk about it. ... Frequently, we are not able to answer questions that people very much want answers to," she said.
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