BRECKSVILLE---A high school student, who's been convicted of a sex offense, cannot come in contact with any of the girls he's been accused of attacking, according to Scot Prebles, the superintendent of the Brecksville-Broadview Heights school district.
Prebles was asked to respond to a Channel 3 News investigation that found the boy faces his third rape charge when he goes to trial in July.
Prebles says the teachers involved with the students have been alerted to make sure the no contact policy is enforced.
Prebles says the school district asked juvenile court for a no contact order following the second rape charge, but still hasn't received the order. That's when the district says it decided to adopt its own no contact policy.
Prebles says the boy has even been instructed on what entrance to use at the high school to avoid contact with the girls he's been accused of attacking.
"Parents and students have not been notified of the situation," Prebles said. "But there's assumed awareness of what's happening."
One alleged victim says that's not true and wants the school to put every Brecksville-Broadview Heights high school parent on notice. "If parents knew, they would make sure he doesn't go over to girls' houses and stuff like that," she said.
Prebles says the high school has made sure the boy and his alleged victims don't attend any of the same classes.