A Conroe ISD coach will not be returning to school amidst allegations that he sent sexually explicit text messages to at least one underage girl, according to district officials.

David Victorick, 57, surrendered to Montgomery County Precinct 3 deputy constables on Friday after a grand jury issued a warrant for his arrest.

According to Conroe ISD, Victorick had served as an assistant basketball and golf coach at The Woodlands College Park High School since 2005, where he also taught biology.

According to officials, Victorick is charged with online solicitation of a minor.

Because the indictment remains sealed, authorities aren't releasing many details about the allegations. However, Conroe ISD officials did release a statement Monday indicating the underage girl was not one of his students or players.

It reads in part:

"It is the district's understanding that the alleged offense took place over the summer months and that Victorick did not meet the alleged victim through any of his responsibilities as a Conroe ISD employee."

Victorick is currently on administrative leave.  But district officials said that Victorick has submitted his retirement paperwork and will not return to the school regardless of the outcome of the case.

According to the Montgomery County constable's office, the investigation is ongoing but it's possible Victorick could face additional charges in the near future.

David Victorick has been indicted by a Montgomery county grand jury on a third degree felony, online solicitation of a minor.  This charge carries a penalty range of probation up to 10 years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine.

Victorick is out on bond.