SIDNEY, Ohio (WDTN) - School officials are keeping a tight lip on an investigation involving students in Fairlawn Schools who attended an athletic camp.
A secretary with the Findlay Police Department confirmed a detective is investigating an alleged hazing incident last week while Fairlawn students were at a sports camp in Findlay, Ohio.
Stephen Mascho, the superintendent of Fairlawn schools, would not comment on the investigation but did release this statement:
"The Fairlawn Local schools is fully cooperating with the legal jurisdictions in the investigation of an alleged hazing incident that may have occurred during a recent athletic camp. The investigation is in its infancy. The school district is not at liberty to discuss any details regarding the alleged incident while the investigation is ongoing."
Mascho also confirmed there was a special meeting held last Friday with the Fairlawn Board of Education.
None of the school board members responded to what took place in that meeting.
Superintendent Mascho said there was no immediate action taken while the board waits for the results of the investigation.
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