The Harrisonville School District superintendent’s son is on leave amid an investigation of inappropriate contact with a student, according to a Fox 4 report and other sources familiar with the situation.
The district was made aware of the incident on Friday and then contacted law enforcement and the state Children’s Division.
“The District remains committed to protecting our students and ensuring that they have a safe learning environment,” the district said.
Dahman started working at Harrisonville High School in August 2015, according to a Facebook announcement. His position is ISS/Focus, which stands for in-school suspension.
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His father, Frank Dahman, has been superintendent since July 2015.
The investigation is ongoing, and no formal charges have been filed.