High School Students, esp juniors and seniors, barely see their own teachers as someone of authority, let alone a teacher from a different school, of a lower grade. Just because someone is a teacher, doesn't mean every child in the universe is his/her student.
Unless I missed it, which is possible when we just get the short free version of the story here, the charge is for conduct with a student, NOT conduct with a minor. There is a difference, meaning age to consent. K-12 Student is a little misleading if this occured at all with someone 17 or 18, a legal adult.
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