"I cannot comment because the case is still under investigation," said Washington Catholic Middle and High School Principal Karie Craney, who referred inquiries to the Evansville Diocese.
A Diocese spokesman also declined any comment.
"The case is open," said Evansville Diocese Director of Communication Tim Lilly. "We won't comment on any pending cases. Neither the Diocese or school will have anything to say on a case that is pending."
Hill had spent the last two years working as a dispatcher for the Daviess County Sheriff's Department but had been suspended for the last several weeks.
Hill is also no longer a reserve officer for the city police department.
"It's a sad situation," said Washington Police Chief Todd Church. "When we first heard the allegations we were in disbelief, but when we were told about them on March 6 he was immediately removed from the list of reserve officers."
Church says his department has no details on the case.
"Our officers were not involved in the investigation," he said. "He had been working as an unpaid volunteer but he had also applied for a full-time position."