WMAR News, the ABC affiliate, tweeted out a copy of a letter sent to the St. Paul’s School for Girls community shortly after the school learned the teacher was arrested. In the letter, Penny Evins, head of school, said Reddy was in her first year at St. Paul’s. She was fired Friday, barred from campus and denied access to the school’s computer network. Evin said Reddy had the alleged encounter with a male high school student before she was hired by St. Paul’s. “This news is deeply disturbing to us,” Evin wrote in the letter, adding that the school does background checks of all new employees.