HOUSTON (AP) — An attorney for a Houston high school teacher accused of improperly touching at least three students says his client has nothing to say at this time about the charges.
Ysidoro Rosales-Motola was in a Houston courtroom briefly Monday after his arrest last week on two counts of improper relationship with a student and one count of indecency with a child. Rosales-Motola's next court appearance is Jan. 9. He's free on bond.
Defense attorney Chris Tritico declined comment on Monday.
Rosales-Motola is a Spanish teacher at Sharpstown High School.
Authorities have also charged the high school's principal and two other administrators with failing to tell authorities that students had made sexual abuse allegations against the 56-year-old teacher. The three administrators are to appear in court Tuesday.