KELLER - A Keller teacher arrested on an aggravated sexual assault charge of a child Monday resigned previous to his arrest, according to a statement released Friday morning by the Keller Independent School District.
Damon Miller taught language arts and social studies to fifth graders at the Parkwood Hill Intermediate School. Citing personal reasons, he resigned on February 22, read the statement. His resignation came over one week before his arrest by Keller police.
"The information available to KISD at this time indicates that the charge does not involve any Parkwood Hill Intermediate or Keller ISD students," the statement read.
E-mails were sent out to parents Thursday alerting them to Miller's arrest. According to the statement, counselors will be available for students.
“We are aware of the arrest and investigation, but most importantly we are focused on our students and families at this time," the statement read. "We believe this is a matter best discussed at home with parents or with a counselor at school. We have no indication that the reported incident has any connection to the campus or students of Keller ISD.”