SAN ANTONIO -- Rogelio Archuleta, 26, was arrested Wednesday on three charges of causing serious bodily injury to three adopted children.
Officials say the three children, an 8-year-old boy and two 10-year-old fraternal twins, were adopted by 40-year-old Iliana Archuleta and her husband.
A Child Protective Services official said lliana Archuleta and her husband adopted the three children back in February of 2011.
Archuleta's husband has not been charged in the case.
According to Pascual Gonzalez, a spokesperson for the Northside Independent School District, the three adopted children previously attended Scarborough Elementary School.
Gonzalez told News 4 WOAI the principal recalled numerous conversations and multiple visits from Children Protective Services (CPS) to the school about the children's welfare.
Gonzalez said the principal was extremely concerned and voiced those concerns to CPS. The district said the children were removed from the school in May of 2011.
According to an arrest warrant affidavit, Iliana Archuleta told investigators she was home schooling the children at the Honey Tree Preschool and Child Development Center she owned.
The Honey Tree Preschool and Child Development Center has shut down pending the outcome of the investigation.