San Ramon Valley school district officials confirmed this week that a student at California High School in San Ramon was arrested last month on suspicion of sexually assaulting three other students.
Upon learning of the allegations about the assaults, San Ramon Valley Unified School District officials said they contacted the San Ramon Police Department, which immediately contacted the suspected culprit and after their own investigation into the case, arrested the student.
Due to student privacy policies, district officials said they were unable to comment further on the case, but reminded SRVUSD community members of their "see something say something" policy.
“The safety of our students is our highest priority,” SRVUSD spokesperson Elizabeth Graswich told DanvilleSanRamon.com. “Our students have embraced our culture of reporting information that is concerning, using both our anonymous tipline, as well as reporting information to adults. We appreciate students’ commitment to ‘if you see something or know something, say something.’”
Each SRVUSD school has its own anonymous tip line link posted to their website that anyone can use to send information, related to this case or others.