Florida teacher is suspended without pay after 'sending nude and inappropriate Snapchats to more than one male student' Dionne Younce, 28, was suspended without pay from Allen D Nease High School in St Johns County A physical education teacher in Florida has been suspended without pay after allegedly engaging in inappropriate communications with more than one student. The investigation into Dionne Younce, 28, at Allen D Nease High School in Ponte Vedra began as an accusation of sexual misconduct involving at least two male students, a police report said. Younce's firing from her teaching and coaching job will likely become official during a board meeting on February 9, St Johns County School District officials confirmed. Younce, who was hired by the district at the beginning of this school year, was put on paid leave on January 20, after communications indicating alleged misconduct were discovered, district documents revealed by The St Augustine Record showed. District spokeswoman Christina Langston would not describe the type of communications - via text or social media - but said it involved more than one student and multiple messages. At least three students indicate that Younce allegedly texted and direct-messaged some students, written statements given to school district investigators said. The written statements also mentioned students following Younce on Twitter and that she added students on Instagram and Snapchat. One student's account said that he had a relationship with Younce that started as subtle flirtation on the phone to 'sexual snapping', where the two would send nude photos to each other. +1 Officials said Younce, who was a physical education teacher at Allen D Nease High School (pictured) in Ponte Vedra, Florida, will likely be officially fired from her teaching and coaching job during a school board meeting The high school football player claimed that while attending a basketball game, he and a fellow teammate both received the same Snapchat photo of Younce only wearing a bra. The teen and another male student wrote in their statements that they hadn't had sex with the teacher, though there had been rumors at the school that they had. Johns County Sheriff's deputies escorted Younce out of the high school on January 20 for 'possible sexual misconduct' with students, a police report said. The report listed two male students as victims in the investigation, but their names and ages were not given. Four other male students, whose names and ages were redacted, and two assistant principals were also listed on the report. Two possible second-degree felony charges, described as 'lewd or lascivious act upon a child', were listed. Younce has not been arrested or charged with any crimes, as the special victims unit continues to investigate, Cmdr Chuck Mulligan told the Record. Mulligan added that some inappropriate communications with children involve other laws when a teacher is deemed to have a 'custodial position' of authority over the student. During Younce's suspension, she is not allowed on school property unless human resources and school administration tell her to be at the building, according to News4Jax. She was also told not to discuss the suspension with family, parents or co-workers.