Natomas Unified School District Superintendent Chris Evans has told Fox News they have launched an investigation to find out if parents or students had warned school administrators about the teacher before the undercover video surfaced.
On Wednesday, Evans announced that Natomas Unified had begun taking the necessary legal steps toward firing the teacher as a result of an internal investigation prompted by the Project Veritas video. "We’ve heard…a student or parent reached out to the school in the district and tried to share these concerns, but we have no such records of that," he told Fox News. "So if somebody has a copy of an email or something that’s timestamped and dated, I want to see that."
Regardless, Evans said the district moved quickly to take "decisive action based on evidence" – and start the firing process.