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COLERAIN TWP., Ohio -- A trial date was set Tuesday for a former Colerain High School teacher accused of having sex with two male students.

Julie Hautzenroeder, 36, faces two counts of sexual battery when her case goes to court Oct. 28. She has pleaded not guilty.

Both students were 16-year-old boys who attended Colerain.

The Northwest Local School District placed Hautzenroeder on administrative leave in May. After hearing of allegations, a school district official notified the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office and requested a criminal investigation, according to a sheriff's office report.

Hautzenroeder was arrested on July 26 and given a $10,000 bond.

The school district released this statement:

"In light of the recent indictment, the Board of Education and administration will begin the next steps in the due process procedures. There will be no further comment at this time."

The sex occurred at Hautzenroeder's Loveland home between April 26 and May 15, according to the official documents.

The trial date is scheduled to be set at 9 a.m.

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