By CBSBoston.com Staff

DRACUT (CBS) – A Dracut High School teacher has been placed on administrative leave after giving students what the district called a “highly inappropriate” survey about sexual activity.

Superintendent of Schools Steven Stone said the school became aware of the survey on Friday.

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A photo of the survey obtained by WBZ-TV shows it included multiple choice questions about sexual activity.

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“The district takes the health and well-being of students most seriously and has initiated a review of the matter. The teacher has been placed on administrative leave pending that review. Because this is a personnel matter, I cannot comment further at this time,” Stone said.

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When contacted by WBZ-TV, the teacher who handed out the survey declined comment.

CBSBoston.com Staff