JANESVILLE, Wis. -

A Janesville teacher resigned a month after she was accused of being drunk on a school field trip, officials said.

Fourth-grade instructor Maria Caya was taken to the hospital June 6 after police said she passed out during an outing with students to a local bowling alley.

The School District of Janesville said Wednesday that it accepted 50-year-old Caya's resignation from her position at Washington Elementary School effective Tuesday.

In a statement, the district said it respected her decision to leave and wished her the best.

Speaking on his wife's behalf on June 12, Steve Caya said in a statement that "Maria regrets beyond words what occurred."

On June 14, Janesville police said Caya would not face criminal charges in the incident. A police report alleged Caya's blood alcohol level was 0.27 percent at noon the day of the trip.

Caya was one of eight district employees on the field trip, officials said.