Abilene Teacher and Principal Face Charges for Alleged Failure to Report Preschool Employee’s SEXUALLY ABUSED STUDENT

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An Abilene schoolteacher and a headmaster are now being accused of failing to notify accusations that a teacher’s assistant facing federal child pornography charges may have improperly touched a minor.

Kelsey Alexander and Rebeca McMillon, both St. John’s Episcopal School employees, have two misdemeanor warrants for Failure to Make a Request Child Abuse Report in connection with allegations against Mark Eichorn, a preschool teacher’s aide at the school who has been the subject of a child pornography investigation for the past few months.

According to court documents, during the inquiry, police aimed to “determine if there were any children at the school that Eichorn had access to who could be potential victims.”

A school family came forward and reported that their son accused Eichorn of inappropriately touching him in January 2024.

According to the documents, the mother claimed she called Alexander, her son’s teacher, who then informed the school director, McMillon, of the claims.

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According to the documents, McMillon contacted the parents after learning of the allegations, claiming that she conducted her investigation, including watching surveillance video and speaking with Eichorn, before determining that the inappropriate touching was accidental while Eichorn was assisting the child with his belt to use the restroom.

McMillon subsequently informed the child’s parents that “nothing untoward had occurred,” and that surveillance video showed the toddler skipping in front of Eichorn to play a game following the claimed incident as per bigcountryhomepage.

However, according to the records, neither Alexander nor McMillon informed the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services or any law enforcement about the situation.

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“McMillion did not deny her failure to report but stated that she conducted her investigation,” according to the lawsuit.

Alexander and McMillon are both mandated reporters, which means they must contact the appropriate authorities within 48 hours of receiving complaints of abuse.

Alexander and McMillon were detained and later released from jail after posting bail totaling $8,000.

No additional information is available at this time.

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