McMINNVILLE, Tenn. — One of the four sex acts with a student that teacher Pamela Rogers admitted to yesterday happened in a classroom at Centertown Elementary where she taught, according to a court statement and an interview.
Before yesterday's hearing, no details about Rogers' illegal relationship with a 13-year-old star athlete had been released.
However, prosecutor Dale Potter revealed the incident at the school and said the two also had sex at the teacher's house and at the boy's house while his parents were asleep.
Rogers, a former Warren County elementary school teacher and coach, admitted guilt yesterday on four counts of sexual battery by an authority figure for sex acts with the student at her school.
The teacher, 28, who resigned in February, was sentenced to nine months in the Warren County Jail. She surrenders her state teaching certificate for life, will be a registered sex offender, and will face a series of restrictions to keep her away from schools and children for years.