PLYMOUTH A reported 25 citizens demanded answers and named names at a special Plymouth-Shiloh School Board meeting Wednesday over the on-going sex scandal.
A "teacher-to-teacher" incident is supposed to have occurred on Dec. 3, 2004 at Shiloh Elementary School, said superintendent Jim Metcalf. The story was widely reported in December 2006.
Shiloh resident Carl Donnersbach spoke prominently at the event, according to published reports. He said he understood the board intended to remove elementary principal Fayette Adams if the misconduct could be verified. Donnersbach's frustration was that two months after the accusations became public, nothing had yet happened, he said.
Donnersbach said he thought the board was trying to do what they had to do, but he hoped that now that the media is involved, things will happen a bit quicker. It's not right for the students to be put through all this, he said.
It's pretty amusing, he said, that a student would have been expelled for far less.
Metcalf said the incident is "under investigation at this time," and declined to comment further.
He also said the investigation started when someone came forward with a factual complaint, two years after the incident. Before that, there was nothing more than rumors.
Thursday's meeting also included an executive session, closed to the public.
Principal Adams refused to comment.
Editor's Note: Cary Ashby contributed to this report.