School officials notified the Roseville police youth service officer assigned to the campus that a teacher had prescription narcotic pills that she had obtained with the assistance of a student, according to police.
The officer conducted an investigation and arrested the teacher, Amy Lynn Davidson, 39, of Roseville, on suspicion of possessing illegal narcotics, soliciting a minor to assist in getting drugs and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Davidson, an English teacher, was booked into Placer County Jail.
Oakmont High School's principal, Rob Hasty, posted a notice on the school website that read in part: "We received information yesterday that a teacher at Oakmont High School had purchased pills through a student."
Hasty also said the teacher had been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the matter.