SANDY -- Two administrators at Alta High School are on paid leave while officials investigate allegations of racism and discrimination on campus.
Canyons School District spokeswoman tells KSL-TV officials are taking what she called "appropriate administrative action" on complaints that a student wore a white pointed Ku Klux Klan-style hood to a March 18 school assembly.
Spokeswoman Jennifer Toomer-Cook says district investigators also are looking into other unspecified incidents over the past year.
KSL reports that Alta High School Principal Mont Widerberg and Vice Principal Mark Montague are out, and that former Alta teacher and coach Ray Jenson is acting principal.
It says action could include discipline for the unnamed student accused of donning the hood.