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Indianapolis - When a school breaks the public trust, there is almost nothing the Indiana Department of Education can do. There is more fallout in Warren Township, where state educators say sex in school is not their business.
The mission at Raymond Park Middle School is to help students become accountable, self-directed problem solvers and communicators - lessons parents say the Warren Township school administration has failed miserably.
"If you would just say up front this is what happened what can we do about it, fine, we'll deal with it," said Tracy Weber, Warren Township parent.
"Now it looks bad for the entire township," said Jackie Stevens, a parent.
The only time sex at school comes to the state's attention is when special education students are involved. Not even the thought of other children witnessing the act could prompt the state to take action.
"This doesn't pose any danger to the other students even if they did see it," said McDowell.