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Damian Dovarganes, Associated Press
Los Angeles Unified School District administrators, counselors and new teachers gather at the Miramonte Elementary school in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012. Allegations of teacher lewd behavior comes as school district administrators move to replace the entire staff at Miramonte Elementary School while the Los Angeles Unified School District investigates two teachers arrested last week.

LOS ANGELES — Students will be greeted by new teachers when they return to class at a Los Angeles elementary school rocked by the arrests of two longtime teachers on lewdness charges.

Miramonte Elementary School will reopen Thursday, two days after the nation's second-largest school district closed the campus to hire a brand new staff. They include a retired principal, 88 teachers and support staff who were recently laid off and were on a rehiring list.

The arrests of the two former teachers have put the Los Angeles Unified School District under intense scrutiny.

Sheriff's investigators, meanwhile, say they've found 200 additional bondage-style photos they believe were taken by one teacher who's accused of committing lewd acts on 23 children over a five-year period.