Ferris ISD clarifies details about employee accused of touching child Share:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Posted in Surrounding Areas on May 03, 2016 by Publisher Photo courtesy Ferris ISD. FERRIS — WFAA reported Monday, May 2, 2016 about a former maintenance worker, Adalberto Monreal Mares, 39, for Ferris Junior High who is alleged to have touched a young girl inappropriately prior to his employment with Ferris ISD.Click here to read the WFAA story.Ferris ISD Superintendent James Hartman issued the following statement on Tuesday."Many of you are aware of the news story reporting that an FISD maintenance worker was arrested on a warrant accusing him of touching a young girl inappropriately at a previous job in a neighboring community," Hartman wrote."Although I believe in allowing the legal system to run its due course and that all citizens are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law; I do feel it is important to clarify a few details on behalf of the school district."Hartman explained that the date of the alleged crime predated Mares' employment with Ferris ISD."Please understand that the accusations predate Mr. Monreal's employment with the district. Mr. Monreal underwent all required background checks and fingerprinting (as do all prospective employees) prior to his employment with FISD. Mr. Monreal is no longer an employee of Ferris ISD and the school district is cooperating fully with law enforcement in this matter," Hartman said."Our thoughts are with the children and families impacted by this tragic situation." You may also be interested in readingAvalon ISD names new field in honor of former superintendentFerris ISD ceases use of city water for consumptionFerris ISD to host 1st annual Back to School FairRed Oak and Ferris ISDs to apply for makeup day waivers from TEADead body found at landfill in Ferris identifiedArrest made in Ferris woman’s murderECSO Lt. James Saulter announces candidacy for Sheriff of Johnson CountyOff-duty Ferris police officer helped capture felony suspect in DallasConstruction to close westbound I-20 and northbound I-45 lanesRed Oak High School girls powerlifting advances three to State ← Teaching certificates suspended for former accused WISD teacherCOLUMN: Stay aware of road barricades → You must log in to post a comment.