FRAMINGHAM – A popular Framingham High teacher has been placed on administrative leave, pending an allegation of conduct unbecoming of a teacher.
Framingham Source has confirmed that Framingham High history teacher Jonathan Marshall has been removed from his teaching duties.
Marshall is also one of two teachers, who run the high school’s peer leadership program.
A former Framingham High assistant football coach and former track coach, he was an assistant football coach with Holliston High this past fall.
Framingham Public Schools Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Inna Londons said today the “school department can not comment on personnel matters due to confidentiality.”
When asked if he was still teaching in the classroom, London said he was placed on paid administrative leave on Friday.
It is the district’s policy to place employees on paid administrative leave to protect not only the students but also the staff member whom the allegation has been made against.
Framingham Police are investigating.
Source has learned the complaint was made by a former Framingham High student, and not a current student.