H.S. Teacher Accused Of Improper Relations With 2 Students
By: Alex Mazer, Multimedia Content Producer - email
DELAWARE COUNTY, Ohio -
A Buckeye Valley High School teacher has been charged with two counts of sexual battery Wednesday, according to the Delaware County Sheriff's Office.
Matthew Miller, 24, has been charged with two counts of sexual battery, which are felonies.
Miller is accused of having improper sexual encounters with two juvenile students on two different occasions, according to the sheriff's office.
According to the sheriff's office, the inappropriate conduct was brought to the attention of school administrators on March 12.
Miller has been placed on administrative leave and has been advised not to have any contact with Buckeye Valley students.
Miller was a vocal teacher, according to administrators.
"Miller took advantage of being a trusted educator, leader, and mentor, " O'Brien said. "He has since resigned his position as a vocal teacher at Buckeye Valley High School and surrendered his teaching certificate to the state of Ohio."