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Los Angeles School Closed in Teacher Sex
The entire staff at a Los Angeles elementary school is being removed while authorities investigate allegations of sexual abuse by two of the school's teachers, one of whom is accused of blindfolding children, taping their mouths and photographing them in a classroom.
Miramonte Elementary School's superintendent, John Deasy, told parents and media that more than 120 staff members at Miramonte Elementary School — everyone from the principal and teachers to the cafeteria workers — are being replaced because a full investigation of allegations is disruptive. The teachers and support staff will be paid and remain officially attached to Miramonte even though they are indefinitely being transferred. Officials didn't know how long the investigation will take.
An entire staff has been trained to come into Miramonte's classrooms to take over teaching, and there will be a psychiatric social worker in every classroom. Deasy emphasized that all new staff members being brought into the classroom went through a "very rigorous screening process."
The move follows the arrest of two Miramonte teachers. Mark Berndt was charged last week with committing lewd acts on 23 children, and Martin Springer was arrested Friday on suspicion of fondling two girls in his classroom.