Married Oklahoma teacher accused of raping her student

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Police arrested a 22-year-old teacher in Yukon, Oklahoma, for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a high school student.

Yukon Public Schools said in a statement Thursday that officials conduct background checks on employees before hiring them, and that nothing alerted them of Day's alleged behavior.

On the day of Day's arrest, police said she and the victim had set up a meeting.

A graduate of Oklahoma Baptist University, Day said she had been on track to go to medical school, but had a change of heart a couple of months prior and chose to try her hand at teaching, saying she 'wanted to have more family time'.

Day, whose husband is a football coach at the school, is charged with second-degree rape, facilitating sexual contact with a minor and possession of child porn after she allegedly admitted to receiving images of the boys genitals.

"The doors [sic] unlocked as usual", she responded, according to KWTV.

'This is a classic case of a serious breach of public trust. "School teachers are entrusted to protect and educate our children, not to engage in an unlawful sexual relationship with them", he said.

Hunter Day, 22, was arrested by Canadian County sheriff's deputies after the parents of one of her students found evidence of a relationship on their son's phone.

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Authorities reportedly entered the home and found Day surrounded by candles in a dimly-lit living room, wearing tiny shorts and a festive Christmas shirt. "They were also extremely concerned because they believed Day was their son's Chemistry teacher".

They also learned that the two were planning to meet at Day's residence Wednesday afternoon for another tryst, authorities said.

The mucky Miss, who teaches science at Yukon High School, also sent the boy nude selfies, police said.

"This behaviour was representative of a very poor decision by a person entrusted with teaching our students", Simeroth said. "We have them from elementary to high school, they're teaching science and social studies and pre-K just everything and they wanted to be here, they wanted to be here for those kids".

"I think I like it more than I could have anticipated", Day said at the time.

On the day of the arrest, the sheriff's department said that Day and the teen had planned to meet at her house.

"I think my biggest concern when I first traveled down this route was behavior management", Day told News 9 in October. The school district is cooperating with authorities and can't release additional information about the incident while its investigation remains open.

"These emergency certified people are people that had a desire to come from something and help people", he said.

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