“Mr. Lyons looks forward to returning to the classroom soon,” Lieberman said.
Lieberman told the News-Sun that a Monday pre-disciplinary hearing for Lyons was continued to Friday.
Tecumseh Local School District superintendent Paula Crew did not return a request for comment about the hearing.
Crew last week said the district is investigating the incident. Lyons is on paid administrative leave, which is typical when there are reports of an incident with a minor in the classroom, she said.
All staff, personnel and students who were involved with or have knowledge of the situation will be interviewed as a part of the district’s investigation, Crew said.
Lyons serves on Huber Heights council, representing Ward 6. Huber Heights Mayor Jeff Gore said that Lyons has not been asked to leave his council role, as the incident was not related to city matters.