"We always want to make sure our students and staff are safe and when we learned about the arrest of one of our employees we took immediate action," said Kim Cranston with the Rockwood School District.
The district sent a letter to parents alerting them to what allegedly happened.
The letter states that the employee is prohibited from district property while the incident is being investigated.
also said the school conducts a rigorous background check when an employee is hired to ensure children and staff are as safe as possible in their learning environment.
Captain Cook said the suspect has no criminal history but, that doesn't mean he
may not have had more victims.