On another card he listed “things I like about you!” The card stated: “(1) Your eyes (they are so sexy), (2) your personality: “it is so caring), (3) your body (your curves are spicy).”
The 15-year-old sophomore was alarmed by the notes and reported them to school administrators. Fiore was removed from campus as school district police investigated the incident.
Fiore, now 59, claimed at first that he hadn't intended to give the girl the notes, but a security camera showed him pulling the cards from his pocket and placing them in a bag before handing it to her in a hallway, according to a police report.
Before the incident, Fiore had worked for the school district for 12 years without any discipline problems, records show. Attempts to reach him for comment this week were unsuccessful.
Investigators concluded that Fiore’s actions were not criminal, but violated several school district policies. He resigned in September 2015 as the school district moved to fire him.
Last month the state's education practices commission permanently revoked his teaching license.