Cherokee County teacher charged with sexual assault

A Cherokee County high school teacher is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student and was arrested on Wednesday. 

Jack Eisenman, 25, has been charged with sexual assault by a teacher. 

Following Eisenman's arrest, the following message was sent to Cherokee High School parents Wednesday afternoon:

Dear Parents:
This message is to advise you that a Cherokee High School teacher was arrested this afternoon on charges stemming from an alleged inappropriate relationship with a student.  This arrest may receive media and social media attention, and we wanted to communicate this serious news to you first.

After conducting an immediate investigation into an anonymous tip received earlier this week, our CCSD School Police Department filed sexual assault by a teacher charges against Jack Eisenman, an English teacher and boys head soccer coach.

Our School District takes the safety and security of our students very seriously, and inappropriate behavior by our staff toward students will not be tolerated.

We understand that you may have questions about these charges, but in order to preserve the integrity of the ongoing investigation, we cannot share any additional details at this time.  If you believe your child has information that would be helpful to the investigation, please contact our CCSD School Police Department at 770.704.4346.

We appreciate the person who reported these allegations; our SafeSchools Alert system is an easy way for anyone to report such behavior or any other safety concerns to our School Police and administrators for investigation.

Barbara P. Jacoby
Chief Communications Officer

Eisenman is being held without bond at the Cherokee County Adult Detention Center.