A local Mom is upset at the Bryan school district, for how they’ve handled a situation with her daughter, her middle school teacher and a friend three years ago.
The woman, Kim Snavely said her girls were at the teacher’s home after school and found private sexual items. Snavely said the school never did a thorough investigation.
On Monday, parents went to the school board to get answers. School leaders told the crowd that several agencies looked into the claims, including the Defiance County Sheriff’s Office and the Attorney General’s Office and found the teacher’s actions were not criminal.
“We live in a country where people have rights and we have to abide by laws,” Glen Newcomer, the board president said, referring to the teacher’s contract with “multiple protections under the law.” When asked what the school board will do next, the board president said “based on the totality of the circumstances, we believe everyone is better suited moving forward.”