Tuesday, March 10, 2015



The Archdiocese of Agana confirms that it took disciplinary action against a teacher at one of its high schools, St. Thomas Aquinas, after a student complained of inappropriate behavior by the teacher. 
The incident occurred in January and involved a male student who informed school authorities that a female teacher had texted inappropriate images of herself to him.
The school administration took proper and immediate action upon receiving the  information, reporting the matter to the police as required by law. School officials also spoke with all parties involved, met with the student's parents and also informed Chancery officials. The teacher was terminated. 
The Archdiocese of Agana takes the safety of all children very seriously and  will not tolerate inappropriate behavior by any adults with whom our youth are entrusted. 
Deacon Larry ClarosSexual Abuse Response Coordinator

Hey Deacon, where is Archbishop Apuron hiding Wadeson?

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