(Fargo, ND) -- A Fargo South band teacher is facing charges involving a minor.
Sebastian Tackling was arrested Saturday for corruption of a minor. Details stemming from the charge have not been released.
The Fargo Public School District has put out a statement in regards to Tackling, which you can read below.
The band teacher, who has a Master's Degree in Music from NDSU and been with the district since August of 2010, has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation into his charges.
Full statement from the Fargo Public School District:
"The Fargo Public School District has been informed that a current staff member, Sebastian Tackling, a band teacher at Fargo South High School, has been charged with corruption of a minor. This allegation was brought to administration’s attention on Sunday, November 27. The district leadership team immediately met and is placing the employee on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.
Fargo Public Schools takes all allegations of impropriety committed by staff very seriously. The District will fully cooperate with law enforcement as they conduct their investigation. The safety and security of our students is of paramount importance to Fargo Public Schools; we will not tolerate any employee who engages in any inappropriate behavior."