By Rachel Sharp For Dailymail. A pregnant school superintendent who has been jailed for 10 years for having sex with two year-old students begged officers to make 'it go away' after she was caught when one boy filmed it and showed it to the basketball team, police interview tapes reveal. Laura Amero, 35, former superintendent for the Windham school district in Ohio, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for sexually assaulting two of her former students while she was a school principal at Windham High School. New details have now emerged that one of the boys the teacher preyed upon had filmed their sexual encounters and circulated the intimate footage around the school. Amero is heard in the tapes admitting there may be video footage of an incident and that the victim had shown it to the school basketball team.
Lindsey Thorson, 27, of Fieldston Preparatory School, arrested
CNN The mother of a Michigan high school student with same-sex parents alleges her daughter's English teacher infringed on her freedom of speech when she rejected a class paper on the topic of same-sex marriage. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Destiny McDermitt, a year-old junior at Hill-McCloy High School in Montrose, was assigned a project titled "Take a Stand," in which she was allowed to choose a subject and advocate for or against it, according to one of her mothers, Angela McDermitt-Jackson. The only parameters for the assignment were the topic could not be one written about for another class or one that would be considered "awkward or inappropriate," with abortion provided as an example of a forbidden subject, a copy of the assignment provided to CNN shows. Neither the assignment nor the teacher specified that same-sex marriage was an off-limits topic, according to McDermitt-Jackson. In reviewing the incident, Montrose Community Schools Superintendent Linden Moore said in an emailed statement that "the teacher attempted to avoid disruption and controversy by limiting the topics that students could choose for a writing assignment.
Daniel Dahm , Digital Content Manager. Lindsey Noele Thorson, an aide at Fieldston Preparatory School on Columbia Boulevard, was arrested on charges of transmission of materials harmful to minors and tampering with evidence. Fieldston Prep focuses on students with special needs. Titusville police said Thorson turned herself in to authorities at the Brevard County Jail after a warrant was issued for her arrest. Police reports show that despite the incident being reported to the school, the investigation did not begin until a parent later notified authorities about the alleged misconduct. An investigation began last month after a friend of the victim ran away from home, fearing he would get in trouble at school for telling on Thorson after the victim shared screenshots of the exchanges with him. He told school officials about the photos of the messages exchanged between Thorson and the victim on Instagram, where she sent him several sexually explicit videos and photos of herself, police said. When he's not working on ClickOrlando.
The panel considered that Mr Stuart-Turner slept with the former student "inside the education setting" as the "expedition was considered a school trip and arranged by the school". The police investigated but took no further action. In , they began a relationship that lasted until October Mr Stuart-Turner admitted sexual intercourse with the former student on 27 July but denied the allegations of kissing and rubbing in school. The panel did not consider that current pupils were likely to be harmed by Mr Stuart-Turner's behaviour, noting that 15 years had passed since the event and that the student had left school when the incident occurred. The panel also found there was a strong public interest in retaining Mr Stuart-Turner as a teacher. However, the panel found that not imposing a ban would be inappropriate, given the findings of sexual misconduct against Mr Stuart-Turner. It found that he had shown insight and regret over his actions, including the impact these may have had in causing harm to the student, but that this insight had developed "relatively recently".