Officials at a school committee meeting in Westerly, Rhode Island, declined to comment on an ongoing investigation into “concerning behavior” between a high school employee and a student. Superintendent Mark Garceau declined to clarify whether the individual was still employed at the school district, but stated that the employee involved had not been on campus since the concerns were raised. The investigation, which involves authorities from the police and the attorney general’s office, follows a letter sent from the district to parents regarding the allegations. School officials assured parents the matter has the district’s full attention but declined to comment on when parents can expect more information regarding the incident. Vice Chair Giuseppe Gencarelli also declined to comment after being asked multiple times for answers in the meeting.