Kindergarten teacher cleared of children's sex play report at Eastside Elementary School in Constantine, Mich.
Teacher from Constantine Public Schools cleared after report that boys engaged in sex play in class
A southwestern Michigan kindergarten teacher who was suspended for a report that two 5-year-old boys engaged in sex play in her classroom has been cleared.
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Constantine Public Schools initially notified parents of the matter earlier this month as police investigated the report from Eastside Elementary School.
WLKM-FM and WWMT-TV say the instructor resumed teaching duties Monday and there is no criminal negligence on her part.
The superintendent says the district originally suspended the teacher with pay while police investigated.
Chuck Frisbie tells Mlive.com that the matter came to light on Nov. 27 when several parents contacted the school.
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The two boys involved are temporarily out of the classroom.
The school also has reorganized the classroom so that students are visible at all times and brought in an additional classroom aide, Mlive reports
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