A Hull-Daisetta coach has been placed on administrative leave, and an investigation on his conduct is underway. Hull-Daisetta Superintendent of Schools Tim Bartram said an eight year employee of the school district, Coach Jeff Martin was put on administrative leave back of April 6th. Mr. Bartram, in a news release, said the district was presented evidence that Coach Martin had an inappropriate relationship with former Hull Daisetta students. The district immediately reported the allegations to authorities, including the Liberty County Constable for precinct #2. Hull-Daisetta Superintendent Bartram, says Jeff Martin passed an FBI background check before he was hired back in 2013. The school district is working with law enforcement on the investigation. In the same statement, Tim Bartram said that The safety and well-being of students at Hull Daisetta are among their highest priorities. Mr. Bartram said they appreciate the assistance and diligence of the Liberty County Constable for precinct #2 and the Liberty County District Attorney along with their team of experts for promptly pursuing this investigation. We continue to work closely with all agencies involved. He said his office will keep parents informed as this situation develops. He encouraged any parents of current or former students to contact his office or that of law enforcement with any questions or if they wish to share any information related to Mr. Martin’s time in Hull Daisetta schools. Jeff Martin was head coach at the high school for Volleyball, Girls Basketball and Girls Track. The alleged victims in this case are now reportedly former Hull Daisetta students.