UPDATE @ 4:08 p.m. (May 30)
Miamisburg schools Superintendent David Vail said he believes these allegations involving a teacher also involve an eighth grade male student. The teacher has not been formally charged in the courts, so this news outlet is not naming the teacher.
The teacher did resign abruptly last Wednesday, only saying she resigns for “personal and professional reasons.”
Miamisburg police say the investigation is ongoing and no one has been charged.
EARLIER REPORT (May 26)
A veteran Miamisburg Middle School teacher resigned amid an allegation of sexual battery involving a student, according to the district.
The resignation of the unidentified woman came Wednesday, district Superintendent David Vail said, a day before Miami Twp. police began investigating a sexual offense at school on Miamisburg Springboro Pike, records show.
Vail declined to confirm the name of the teacher, but said she had taught in the district for nine years. The superintendent said he first became aware of the allegations Tuesday morning, just prior to the start of the last day of school for students.
“Once we became aware ... the central office and human resources became involved,” Vail said.
He said “our investigation did not allege any sexual conduct.” But Vail said that the issue involved “some action that warranted further investigation,” and a decision was reached “that it was in her best interest to resign.”
That occurred Wednesday, the last day for teachers, Vail said.
A sexual battery complaint report filed Thursday, and “we are cooperating fully with authorities,” Vail said.
“Because of the nature of the investigation, there’s a lot I’m not at liberty to discuss at this time,” he said.
This news organization has requested a copy of the former teacher’s personnel file and resignation letter.
Police on Friday acknowledged the allegations, but declined to comment further. A police record the department released Friday indicates the initial report of the allegations came in about 7:20 a.m. Tuesday.
It lists “sexual offense” as the nature of the call and “sexual battery” as the description of the offense. Additional police reports were requested by this news organization. Authorities declined to release those documents, citing the ongoing investigation.