The Knox Community School Board formally acted on Todd Boldry’s teaching position at the Knox Middle School. Superintendent A.J. Gappa said that substitute teachers are currently filling the position.
“The school board did approve the suspension of middle school math teacher, Todd Boldry,” stated Gappa. “The suspension is effective beginning Aug. 24. That suspension is with pay, pending the outcome of an investigation.”
Boldry was arrested Friday, Aug. 24 at the Knox Middle School on charges of Child Seduction and Official Misconduct as Class D Felonies. He was arrested amidst allegations of sexual misconduct with a student that occurred as early as 2007.
He has pleaded not guilty to the charges against him in Starke Circuit Court.
A no-contact order is in place preventing Boldry from making contact with the female victim in the case. A motion to vacate the no-contact order has been filed and will be heard in Starke Circuit Court on Monday morning at 11:30 a.m. The motion requests visitation with the child he has with the victim in this case.