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“As a parent and as a police officer for 36 years, it never ceases to amaze me when you put children in the care of a position such as a teacher and they violate that trust.” Scott’s attorney Evan J.A teacher has been disciplined for sharing "creepy" films and dating details with students in northern B. James Douglas Thwaites was a substitute teacher in the Nechako School District, west of Prince George, for students in grades 3 to 8. It states Thwaites showed inappropriate short films to students in grades 7 and 8.Another five charges were taken into consideration during the sentencing.Deputy Public Prosecutor Yvonne Poon asked for a jail term of at least two years and 10 months, saying that the abuse of trust by the teacher was a "very significant aggravating factor", as the teacher was "an educator entrusted with the teaching of a young and impressionable minor".The student left the Village for another school, where staffers found a journal in which the girl referred to Scott as her “future wife,” “the love of my life” and “good in bed.” The teen is now receiving counseling.Scott, who has a 2-year-old daughter, taught at the Village, which serves kids with emotional and behavioral problems. “The only way I can describe what this teacher did is downright disgusting,” said Radnor police Superintendent William Colarulo.Photos of the pair kissing were found in both their phones, along with a video of them.
The woman's relationship with the teen had not started out well as the boy did not do well in Mathematics, the subject she taught him, the court heard.An investigation was opened by the school and the relationship was uncovered before it was reported to the police on Feb 15, 2017.Police investigations revealed sexually explicit messages between the pair, including the teacher offering sex acts to the boy.Prior to these incidents, in 20, school officials had twice issued Thwaites written reminders to maintain professional boundaries and respect.After the incidents in 2018, Thwaites resigned from the Nechako School District.