Former Student Sexually Abused By California “Teacher Of The Year”

Former Student Sexually Abused By California Teacher Of The Year

The police in California have arrested a former “teacher of the year” for sexually abusing a former student this week.

Sixth-grade teacher Jacqueline Ma, 34, was arrested in National City, California, and charged with three lewd and lascivious acts with a child under 14 and three counts of oral copulation with a kid under 14.

The mother of a 13-year-old girl who was “potentially having an illicit relationship with a former instructor,” according to the police statement, called the National City police Monday night.

Because of the victim’s age and the current investigation, police have not released any other information regarding the claims.

According to a statement issued to NBC 7 by National School District Superintendent Leighangela Brady, the district is only aware of a single alleged victim, who is no longer enrolled in the system.

We know the rest of the school is just as shocked as we are,” Brady stated. District officials have said only that they will cooperate with law authorities and cannot say anything else about the ongoing inquiry. We are committed to continuing our efforts to ensure the health, welfare, and academic success of our student body.

The San Diego County Sheriff’s Office reports that Ma secured bond on Tuesday night and was released from the Las Colinas Correctional Center.

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He Has Been Teaching In School For A Long Time

According to her LinkedIn page, she has been teaching at the school since 2013, and in 2022–2023, she was recognized as a “Teacher of the Year” by the San Diego County Office of Education.

Her most significant achievements, according to the paragraph accompanying her prize, are the relationships she maintains with her students. She has led an initiative to promote STEM education across the board at her school by connecting students with experts in the field through partnerships with local institutions, including the Salk Institute, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, Fleet Science Center, and San Diego Zoo.

Principal Kathy Melanese of Lincoln Acres Elementary School said, “I can’t imagine a more competent and dedicated educator to win this recognition” as a highlight of the award.

Ms. Ma’s passion to her pupils and the school, as well as her initiative, inventiveness, and ability to work with others, are without equal. Students leave Ms. Ma’s classroom as more independent thinkers, better citizens, and more secure in their own identities as loved adolescents.

Both the school administration and Ma were unavailable for comment.

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