CADILLAC — Michigan State Police officers confirmed they’re investigating an incident involving a now former instructor at Cadillac Excessive College.
Aaron Whipple, a arithmetic instructor at the highschool, tendered his resignation greater than a month after he was positioned on administrative go away for a “regarding electronic mail” he despatched, in line with a earlier assertion from Cadillac Space Public Colleges Superintendent Jennifer Brown. The content material of the e-mail has not been launched.
Whipple was to be the topic of a particular CAPS Board of Training assembly Thursday evening wherein trustees have been to debate tenure expenses in opposition to him. The assembly was canceled when Brown accepted Whipple’s resignation Thursday afternoon.
Whipple’s title had been faraway from the CAPS on-line employees listing as of Thursday night.
Lt. Derrick Carroll stated the MSP is wanting into the matter, however he declined to supply any additional particulars as it’s an open investigation. Cadillac Police Captain Eric Eller didn’t return a name for remark. A Wexford County Sheriff’s official stated the division shouldn’t be concerned within the case.
Brown didn’t return makes an attempt to achieve her for a remark.
Whipple couldn’t be reached for remark.