KINGSTON — Wyoming Seminary has suspended an unnamed faculty member for questionable behavior regarding a video website and turned the case over to Kingston Police for investigation.
Kingston Police Chief Michael Krzywicki confirmed that the department had been contacted by Wyoming Seminary and has launched an investigation, but that “we don’t comment on open investigations.”
The school would not comment beyond the following statement:
“Wyoming Seminary officials recently were notified that a faculty member appeared to display questionable behavior on a video-sharing web site. Sem officials immediately requested that Kingston Borough Police officers assist in an investigation to determine the validity of the video. Sem officials have suspended the faculty member pending the outcome of the investigation, and have cooperated with Kingston Borough Police throughout the investigation.”
Classes began Monday at the Upper School, which is a day and boarding community in Kingston with classes from grades nine through twelve plus a post-graduate year. Classes start on Wednesday at the Lower School in Forty Fort, which is a day school with classes from toddler (18 months) through grade eight.
Officials did not indicate at which school the faculty member works.