Investigators in Fayette County said they are investigating the origin and sender of the messages, while a mother said her daughter is bothered.
"She’s up and down. She's uncomfortable. She doesn’t want to go back to the school,” the mother said.
"She didn’t know what was wrong with her teacher because he sent her inappropriate pictures,” the mother said.
The mother said she spoke with school administrators and she learned the messages were not just sent to her daughter.
WHBQ called school leaders several times to learn how many students received the messages and if the teacher involved is still in the classroom. As of Tuesday morning, our calls have not been returned.
According to Fayette County Public Schools, police have gotten involved.
WHBQ received the following statement on Monday:
The Fayette County Sheriff's Department has been contacted and an investigation is underway to determine the origin and sender of the content. If there was a violation of the Use of the Internet (FCPS policy 4.406), the person responsible will be disciplined according to school board policy. If it is determined that criminal activity has taken place, the person responsible will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.