Former Rogers HS band director jailed for improper relationship with student

The Former Band Director for Rogers ISD has been arrested after being accused of sending inappropriate texts to a student.

ROGERS - The former band director of Rogers High School was booked into the Bell County Jail Wednesday for having an inappropriate relationship with a student.

After an investigation conducted in May by the Rogers Independent School District, Christopher Johnston resigned after officials found evidence of the inappropriate relationship between him and a student.

On May 12, a student told the Rogers High School principal that Johnson sent an inappropriate text message that violated school policy.

Johnston was charged with improper relationship between educator and student with a bond set at $100,000. 

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