The Madison County Municipal Clerk of Court said information is “confidential” regarding the accusations against Wisse and why he was arrested for allegedly violating his probation.
Urbana City Schools Superintendent Charles Theil said that the district has contacted Wisse since his arrest.
“Mr. Wisse has been notified that he is not to be on school grounds until we are able to hold an investigatory hearing,” Thiel said in a statement.
A school website indicates Wisse teaches fifth-grade math at the district. An Urbana school agenda released for Tuesday’s regular meeting indicates the school board may talk in executive session about Wisse.
“Executive Session to consider the investigation of charges and/or complaints against a public employee or public official,” the agenda says.
Facebook comments by Urbana parents on the Springfield News-Sun’s original story about Wisse’s arrest were supportive of the teacher.