A Mayde Creek High School employee is accused of inappropriately using a visual recording device on campus.

Assistant Choir Director Clarence Appleby was arrested by Katy ISD Police Friday.

According to court documents, the teacher allegedly attempted to record a female in a changing room.

The 28-year-old posted a $30,000 bond. His next court date is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 10.

According to a bio that has since been removed from the Katy ISD website, this was Appleby’s third year teaching at Mayde Creek High School.

Katy ISD sent the following statement to parents Saturday night:

“Dear Mayde Creek High School Parents and Guardians,

Yesterday evening the Assistant Choir Director, Clarence Appleby, was arrested by the Katy ISD Police Department for alleged inappropriate use of a visual recording device on campus.

Appleby faces a state felony charge for invasive visual recording and was terminated immediately.

Thanks to the quick thinking of a student and a parent who informed the school, campus administration was able to work with the Katy ISD Police Department to arrest and charge Appleby.

Due to the nature of the incident, not much information can be disclosed at this time, as this continues to be an ongoing investigation, but please rest assured that the safety of all students is our top priority and such allegations are taken very seriously and investigated thoroughly.”