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On June 17, 2008, the mother of two young children was found guilty of two counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct, sending sexually explicit photographs to a minor and using a computer to send those images.Stephanie Jo Walters, 27: Eighth-grade teacher at Musselman Middle School in Inwood, W.An arrest affidavit from investigators says the victim’s story was verified by his knowledge of tattoos of a flower and an insect on Ragusa that are visible only if she is undressed.She was arrested a second time on April 15, 2008, for sex with another boy, and then while free on bail, was arrested a third time on April 28 for allegedly having sex yet again with one of her previous victims.According to the criminal complaint, an uninvolved student learned that the 14-year-old male student and Walters were sending one another text messages, leading school officials to believe there was an inappropriate relationship.Walters allegedly began confiding in a female student two weeks ago, telling the student that she and the 14-year-old male student made out and she had let him touch her breasts and kiss her in a janitor’s closet at school.She reportedly met the boy on campus while working as a special education teacher at Davidsen Middle School the previous schoolyear.Ragusa allegedly had sex with the student twice in her car and once in her apartment between October 2006 and May 2007.
How am I supposed to have a safe, nurturing learning environment when this behavior happens?
The boy reported the incidents to police in mid-August, sparking the investigation.
Stephanie Ragusa, 28: Math teacher at Martinez Middle School in Lutz, Fla., was arrested March 13, 2008, accused of having sex with a 14-year-old boy.
Police say the acts were captured on videotape, recorded by Ryan Mapes, 18, who was babysitting the boy.
Giambelluca allegedly disrobed to her underwear, performed a suggestive dance for the boy and performed oral sex on Mapes in front of the young student.
In a statement, the Harrisburg School District said it was, "unfortunate that our teacher organization has chosen to engage in public discourse opposed to factual and substantive discussions." The district also pointed out that it hired hired 130 direct and indirect support staff between April to August 2017, including 30 professional staff, and developed behavioral intervention programs for students and teacher mentoring programs for educators.