Dublin School Board introduces policy changes after teacher's arrest


The Dublin School Board could make changes to district policies in wake of a teacher's arrest this summer.

In June, longtime teacher Gregory Lee was arrested on charges of producing child pornography with a student.

Prosecutors say Lee admitted to producing and receiving sexual photos and videos of a 15-year-old student.

They say he also admitted to having sex with the girl in his classroom at Dublin Scioto High School.

At Monday night's school board meeting, changes to the anti-harassment policy were introduced.

Superintendent Dr. Todd Hoadley said the changes come after what happened with Greg Lee.

"Bringing us closer to what is considered national best practices we review policies on an on-going basis, and due to the situation this summer it was time to re-look at these policies," Dr. Hoadley said.

Greg Lee has pleaded guilty to some of the charges and could go to prison for decades.

The school board could vote on the policy changes at its next meeting in October.