RIDGELAND, Miss. - The two Ridgeland High employees accused of having inappropriate contact with a student are on paid leave pending the results of the investigation, according to Madison County Schools Superintendent Ronnie McGehee.
McGehee confirmed that the two employees are coaches.
The employees' names have not been released, but according to District Attorney Michael Guest, the case was presented to the grand jury on charges of having inappropriate relationships with a minor child.
No arrests have been made at this time. Guest says the findings of the grand jury will remain secret until indictments have been served.