If it weren't for intrepid local reporting, I'd've never known that:
Upper St. Clair School Superintendent Patrick O'Toole said this morning that district officials and Upper St. Clair police are investigating "allegations of a very serious nature" that have been made against a student at the high school.I'm guessing it's a sex thing.
Dr. O'Toole said the the allegations involve an incident that occurred at the high school that was brought to the attention of school officials on Tuesday. Neither the superintendent nor Upper St. Clair Police Chief Ron Pardini would provide details of the allegations until the investigation into them is complete.
Dr. O'Toole could not say what day the incident occurred because "part of the investigation is what day it occurred on." He said the student against whom the allegations were made is not in school and that "our students are safe."
He said the allegations are against only one student, but that there are several students "who have information" about the incident.
Chief Pardini said detectives were continuing to interview students today.