SAN JOSE (KTVU) - The acting vice principal of San Jose's James Lick High School was arrested Tuesday, on suspicion of having inappropriate contact with a student.
Jose Gonzalez, 35, was booked on a charge of annoying or molesting a child under 18-yeras-old.
A teenage girl told school officials about an alleged encounter with Gonzalez at his home over the summer. The girl was 17-years-old.
The school then notifed police, who obtained an arrest warrant.
Gonzalez was hired in 2008, and had previously served as a campus advisor at the school. The district says it has sent letters informing parents about the alleged incident.