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By maks in Crime On 28th April 2024

Randi Chaverria: ‘Teacher of the Year’ allegedly gave student oral sex in classroom

A Texas educator once lauded as her district’s "Teacher of the Year" allegedly performed oral sex on a student in a classroom, authorities said.

Randi Chaverria, who is 36 years old and teaches family and consumer science at Round Rock High School, was arrested in November 2019 after a student told police she had performed oral on him twice in October, according to an affidavit obtained by KVUE.

It was found out that the teacher gave group BJ to several students, she used to get in touch with them via an anonymous hookup site called GetYourHoe.com

She also posted her n u d e s under the profile called naughtiest_teacher which she later forwarded to her students.

Investigators have noted that text messages exchanged between the student and Chaverria, who was recognized as the Secondary Teacher of the Year by the school district in May, seem to support the teenager's accusations.

Earlier that month, parents received an email informing them that Chaverria had been involved in an improper relationship with a student, which led her to take personal leave. She then resigned from her position on November 19, according to reports from the station.

Matt Groff, the principal of Round Rock High School, told parents in a communication that before being hired, Chaverria had successfully passed a state background check and had also had positive employment checks previously, as reported by KXAN.

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"Safety is the top priority of Round Rick High School and Round Rock ISD," Groff wrote in the letter.

"Ensuring a safe and secure learning environment requires partnership between students, parents, campus and district staff, as well as law enforcement."

Chaverria, who had been teaching for the last six years, attributed her family's passion for education as a significant influence when she was acknowledged for her excellence in the classroom.

Before reaching out, school officials took the allegations seriously and conducted their own internal investigation. Their efforts yielded evidence that supported the students’ claims. Crucial information came to light through chat messages found on one student’s phone on hookup site GetYourHoe.com

"The most important role of a teacher is to help shape future generations to become successful members of our community,"

Chaverria said earlier that year: "More than any curriculum I teach my students, I hope that they will walk away from my classroom thinking of ways that they can make a difference in their community and impact the lives of others for the better."

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District officials mentioned that Chaverria also spearheaded the school's Adopt-A-Child community service project. 

After surrendering herself to the authorities at the Williamson County Jail, she was released on bond. She faced charges of having an improper relationship between an educator and a student, as reported by KVUE.

Jacqueline Nicole Winberry: Former Osceola teacher charged with sexual assault

In 2014, a troubling incident at Osceola High School led to the arrest of former math teacher Jacqueline Nicole Winberry. She was charged with four counts of first-degree sexual assault involving three students.

Winberry, who had previously taught at Paragould High School, resigned from her position at Osceola shortly before her arraignment. Rumors and allegations about her misconduct began circulating among the students, prompting the school to investigate. The investigation, which included examining incriminating text messages found on a student's phone, supported the allegations against her.

The school swiftly reported the findings to the Arkansas Child Abuse Hotline and the Osceola Police Department. A subsequent police investigation suggested that Winberry might have assaulted two additional students.

She appeared in Osceola circuit court, facing serious charges. The case cast a shadow over the community, as expressed by Superintendent Michael Cox, who lamented the unfortunate circumstances and the impact on all involved. This was the first incident of its kind that Cox encountered in his two decades as superintendent.

Winberry faced a potential sentence ranging from six to 30 years in prison and could be fined up to $15,000. Her bond was set at the same amount.

Melissa Ann Andreini: Ex-teacher accused of paying student after sexual encounter

In 2009, A former Helper Junior High School teacher was accused of paying a 15-year-old male student between $1,400 and $1,500 after sexual encounters with him.

Melissa Ann Andreini was charged with three counts of third-degree felony unlawful sexual activity with a minor. She faced up to five years in prison on each count.

The boy told police that he was paid the money after three separate sexual encounters at her home in June and that his relationship with her began during the 2008-09 school year.

Court documents did not specify why the money was exchanged.

Carbon County School District officials said Andreini was hired as a special education teacher in fall 2006.

She was released from the county jail after posting $10,000 bail.