A Florida teacher is caught up in a flap about posing for photos as part of the "national bikini team" when she was in college.
Fran Giblin, principal of West Boca Raton High School, said a parent complained about photos of Erica Chevillar posted on the Web site of the USA National Bikini Team, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported. The photos are provocative and show Chevillar wearing revealing outfits, including a bikini.
The site identifies her using a different last name.
Giblin said the incident was turned over to the school district's professional standards department.
"There's no policy that says what someone can or cannot wear or whether they can be photographed on the Internet," said Ned Harrington, a district spokesman. "We expect our employees to use good judgment and appropriate behavior in all they do. The question now is whether this is appropriate or inappropriate."
Chevillar, a first-year social studies teacher at the high school, told WPTV she is leaving teaching to sell real estate.