Teacher, principal removed from Racine Unified after kindergartners suspended for simulating sex at school RACINE -- FOX6 News has learned two employees have been removed from a school in Racine following a disturbing case involving kindergartners simulating sex acts. It appears officials with the Racine Unified School District took action just days after FOX6 News aired an exclusive report about this case. The details are disturbing. The grandmother of a Racine Unified School District elementary school student said she could hardly believe what was happening in her grandson's classroom. "There was a number of children suspended for some inappropriate sexual behavior," the grandmother, who did not want to be identified, told FOX6. Simulated sex acts between male and female kindergarten students allegedly occurred in the open coatroom adjacent to the students' learning space. One student told officials it happened "every day," and started in preschool. The five and six year olds would allegedly "pretend that they are putting their Legos away," and sneak to engage in the activity. "I was shocked! And disappointed that it would happen in the school," the grandmother said. Family members and other sources have confirmed to FOX6 News the teacher in that classroom and the school's principal have been removed from the district. The teacher is no longer listed on the online staff directory. We're told a substitute is currently acting as principal. Records show the Racine Unified School District Board of Education went into a closed-door executive session days after FOX6 News aired our report, in order to address "a personnel matter." Details of that meeting will not be made public. "I`m sure it`s connected," the grandmother said. Family members tell FOX6 News the students in the classroom all received counseling. We're told six students were initially suspended, but those suspensions have been stricken from the students' records. The grandmother in this case tells FOX6 News she is satisfied with the changes as it relates to the teacher and principal, but she says there needs to be better policies within the Racine Unified School District so something like this doesn't happen to other children. "We are talking with an attorney," the grandmother said. A Racine Unified School District spokeswoman said she could not comment on this matter because it is a personnel issue. FOX6 News is not naming the school or the grandmother to protect the identities of the children involved. The grandmother says she met with school district administrators in person last week. She said she was told the teacher and principal would not be returning to the Racine Unified School District.