LONDONDERRY, N.H. -- A Londonderry teacher accused of e-mailing nude photos of herself to a student has resigned.
Melinda Dennehy, 41, resigned from her English teaching position at Londonderry High School earlier this month, school officials said.
The news came as the family of the student filed a formal complaint with police because Dennehy was in the same building as the 15-year-old boy last weekend. The two were at the same gymnastics competition in Hampstead, N.H.
"Both families have young daughters that are in gymnastics," said Kevin Coyle, Londonderry police prosecutor. "They will occasionally be at the same meets."
The owner of the Phanzone sports center in Hampstead said both sides were alerted to the situation just before the competition. The family said Denney sat 125 feet away from them on the other side of the room.
The teen's father filed a report with Hampstead police later in the week.
"He contacted us to make an allegation of a violation of Ms. Dennehy's bail conditions," said Lt. John Frazier.
Dennehy was charged with felony indecent exposure in early March, and as part of her bail conditions, she was ordered to stay away from the teen. But Londonderry police said they have spoken with Dennehy's lawyer, and Dennehy has agreed not to attend her daughter's future gymnastics meets.
"Why she didn't leave, we don't know clearly," Coyle said. "In my opinion, she should have left, but she didn't, and we've addressed that."
Until recently, Dennehy has been on paid administrative leave from the school. But the job opening for her former sophomore English position has already been posted.
"Melinda Dennehy is no longer an employee in the Londonderry School District," said Superintendent Nate Greenberg. "We received a resignation letter, and it was effective the 15th of March."
Dennehy's lawyer did not return a call to News 9. The student's father said Hampstead police are still investigating whether Dennehy violated her bail conditions.