No students were involved in the “inappropriate conduct” referred to by school officials, said Joni Copas, spokeswoman for the school district.
Hamilton school district officials, however, refused to detail what constituted the “inappropriate conduct” at the high school cafeteria.
“This is a personnel issue and the district does not comment on personnel issues,” said Copas.
VonStein did not respond to a request seeking comment.
Hamilton Police officials said they have no reports of criminal allegations tied to the high school kitchen staff.
According to the Hamilton Health Department, which conducts inspections of school cafeterias in the city, there were no reports of health or food preparation or storage violations at the Hamilton High School cafeteria kitchen during its most recent inspection in May.