Not if there is sex between two consenting adults where neither is a student or works under the other. The school district does not generally have the right to control who an employee dates. And even if those things happened, if the school acts properly afterward there still might be no liability. Conceiving children is not a crime. It is his responsibility to pay his own support.
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Liable for what? What do you hope to hold the district liable for? As William points out, the school district (and for that matter, nearly any employer) has no control nor liability for what its employees do in their private life. So long as the relationships in question were not with students nor (in some circumstances) with fellow employees (employees inferior in rank), there is nothing for the school to do.
No, the school district can be liable for some criminal actions if they knew or had reason to know, but not the general morals of their employees. Morals are subject to personal opinions. Conceiving children with multiple women is not an issue if everyone consented at the time the conception occurred.
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