Florida strips license from former Forest Hill High School teacher | #teacher | #children | #kids


Kimberly Charles, a former teacher at Forest Hill High School, has lost the right to work in Florida’s public schools after a years-long process that started when police accused her of having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student.   

The relationship began around 2018 and the teacher’s “flirtatious behavior” eventually caught the attention of a school district employee and other witnesses. That led to an investigation in 2019 and detectives’ interview with a girl, who described “sexual activity” and sleepovers at Charles’ house, according to a police report.

After her arrest in 2020, Charles avoided a felony conviction for lewd conduct against a student by pleading guilty to the lesser charge of contributing to the delinquency of a child, a first-degree misdemeanor.  

Read more:Forest Hill High teacher had sexual relations with student, police say



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