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Olathe teacher charged with 3 counts of unlawful sexual relations

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Michael J. Jasiczek's mugshot. (KCTV) Michael J. Jasiczek's mugshot. (KCTV)

An Olathe School District employee has been charged with three counts of unlawful sexual relations. 

Michael J. Jasiczek, 42, was charged in Johnson County District Court on Friday. 

Court documents say that, between Jan. 1 and May 3 of this year, he engaged in unlawful sexual relations (sex or lewd touching) with three students who were over the age of 16 years old and were enrolled at the school where he was teaching. 

His bond is set $250,000 thousand.

Usually, sex with a juvenile is statutory rape. However, the charges are different because the girl he's accused of having sex with was 16 or older and therefore is within the age of consent in Kansas. 

However, it's a crime because he taught at the school the girls attended. The felony of unlawful sexual relations refers to consensual relations involving someone in a position of authority, such as a corrections officer or a teacher. 

Jasiczek coached football and taught science at Olathe South for about 12 years. He received and award in 2013 for inspiring his student sociology club to help the Salvation Army with charitable work.

Back in May, Olathe police confirmed that there was an ongoing investigation and that Jasiczek had been placed on administrative leave.

The school district said on Friday that he is "no longer employed by Olathe Public Schools."

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