Female Teacher Avoids Jail for Encouraging Students to Make Out in Class

Female Teacher Avoids Jail for Encouraging Students to Make Out in Class
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A for­mer sub­sti­tute teacher in Las Vegas has avoid­ed jail time after she encour­aged her sixth-grade stu­dents to make out in class while cri­tiquing their technique. 

Rashe­da Rose plead­ed guilty to a child abuse charge for the inci­dent at Lega­cy Tra­di­tion­al School in the North Val­ley of Las Vegas.

Accord­ing to court doc­u­ments, Rose informed the two 11-year-old stu­dents that they “were kiss­ing each oth­er wrong” and said she would “tell them how to do it right.” A video record­ing cap­tured Rose say­ing “Imma ask those two if they can give us a show” while ges­tur­ing to the students.

Rose’s attor­ney described the inci­dent as the stu­dents shar­ing a “peck on the lips,” but the judge still sen­tenced her to a one-year sus­pend­ed jail sentence. 

She was also ordered to attend an impulse con­trol class, com­plete 60 hours of com­mu­ni­ty ser­vice, and sur­ren­der her teach­ing license.

The judge stat­ed that if Rose vio­lates the year of pro­ba­tion, she will go to prison. Author­i­ties were alert­ed to the inci­dent after an indi­vid­ual report­ed that Rose was encour­ag­ing the inap­pro­pri­ate behav­ior in her classroom.

While Rose avoid­ed jail time, her actions have still result­ed in seri­ous con­se­quences. The for­mer sub­sti­tute teacher will have to com­plete court-ordered class­es and com­mu­ni­ty ser­vice, and she can no longer work as an educator. 

This case high­lights the grav­i­ty of a teacher engag­ing in sex­u­al mis­con­duct with stu­dents, even if the phys­i­cal con­tact was limited.

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