An initial probe has turned up no evidence of cheating on state-mandated tests at Bowling Green High School.

An initial probe has turned up no evidence of cheating on state-mandated tests at Bowling Green High School.

The district and the state each launched investigations after a student and a parent alleged in April that a teacher provided answers to an end-of-course exam. The state requires the tests in math, English, science and government, and the district conducts additional exams.

A state spokesman said school administrators followed policies for such allegations. The district should get the final results of the investigation in August or September after a forensic analysis of the exams is completed.