Cahokia Teacher Files Complaint Against Three Students for "Inappropriate Sexual Contact"


An unidentified female teacher at Cahokia High School filed has accused three of her students of "inappropriate sexual contact." No charges have been filed against the students yet, but they have been pulled out of school. The teacher has been put on paid administrative leave while the school district and the Cahokia Police conducts their investigations.

Both the school district and the police department are keeping mum on the exact details of the complaint while investigations are ongoing, but Cahokia Superintendent Pamela Manning told the Belleville News-Democrat that the teacher's complaint stated ""some inappropriate things were done of a physical nature" by the students, two of whom are underage.


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