A Texas teacher has been slapped with a restraining order after allegedly "chasing" him. to a high school student and bombard him with texts from & # 39; I love you & # 39;
According to reports, Vanessa Suarez-Arispe, of Denton, Texas, began to inappropriately contact the fifth grade student after giving her private tutoring after school in September 2017.
According to court documents, Suarez-Arispe bought the boy a prepaid cell phone that he used to contact him several times a day.
Bad teacher: Vanessa Suárez-Arispe, pictured with a student not related to this article, allegedly started contacting the fifth grade student after being tutored after school in September 2017
She sent text messages daily saying "Good morning," "Good evening," and "I love you," reports Denton Record-Chronicle.
The local press reports that Suarez-Arispe, who runs her own tutoring business, would contact the fifth grade student while at school, try to meet and report to her home unannounced.
The child's parents reported behavior to their son's school, Woodrow Wilson Elementary in Denton, and an investigation into possible misconduct was opened in February.
Suarez-Arispe resigned from Woodrow Wilson pending the investigation, but court documents indicate that she still made several attempts to maintain contact with the child later.
Suarez-Arispe resigned from Woodrow Wilson Elementary School pending investigation
In June of this year, an order of protection was established, which prohibits the teacher from contacting the child or any member of their family.
The website of Suarez-Arispe, where she announces her services as a tutor, boasts of having worked as a teacher for 27 years.
The website has several criticisms about how it helped students out of their hours as a teacher at school.
She writes: "I have a passion for teaching and helping students realize their unexploited potential to excel not only in the classroom but also in life.
"My number one goal is to instill a love of reading and the hunger for lifelong learning in all my students."
Most recently, in 2016, she was named Teacher of the Year at Woodrow Wilson Elementary School.
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