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Jerry Miller

Physical Education Teacher Charged with Child Molestation

Ellsworth Elementary School

Students Are Coming Forward

Were you, or your child, a student of Physical Education teacher Jerry Miller? 

Evergreen Public Schools PE Teacher Charged With Child Molestation

After a student came forward, Jerry Miller, a former Physical Education teacher at Ellsworth Elementary School, was charged with child molestation and assault with sexual motivation. Following the charges, information has emerged suggesting Jerry Miller may have engaged in this behavior with other students.

Given their authority, teachers must maintain clear physical boundaries. Some examples of actions that could constitute abuse:

  • Jokes or questions sexual in nature
  • Sharing pictures of sexual nature
  • Hugging
  • Touching/grabbing 
  • Massages
  • Assistance stretching
  • Rides in their personal vehicle
  • Meetings outside of school

If you were a student of Jerry Miller, or your child was a student of his, and you have any questions about your experience, we strongly encourage you to contact our legal team. 

Washington Law Center has, and will continue, to fight for victims against any individual, entity or agency. Not all firms have the resources to pursue these claims. We do.

Evergreen Public Schools Child Molestation Case Details

About Jerry Miller

Jerry Miller worked at Evergreen Public Schools from 1986 until he resigned in 2020 following the allegations. During this time, Mr. Miller worked as a Physical Education teacher and assisted in various extracurricular activities, including jump rope team, track & field and safety patrol.

Additional Jerry Miller Case Details

The State charged Jerry Miller with multiple counts of first-degree child molestation, first-degree attempted child molestation and fourth-degree assault with sexual motivation. Mr. Miller plead not guilty and his case is pending trial in Clark County Superior Court.


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