Perrin High School in Perrin, Texas learned recently that apparently a teacher can be a bit too accommodating to their students.
Kimme Woolf, 29, was a math teacher at Perrin High School up until she resigned on Oct. 26th when it was revealed she had sexual relations with two students, one aged 16 and the other 18. She turned herself over to authorities this week and was charged with two counts of improper relationship between a teacher and student and one count of sexual assault of a child under 17. All three charges our second-degree felonies in the state of Texas.
The story goes that the two students approached the math teacher in Oct. after hearing she had left her previous school after allegations arose of her fooling around with a student. The two teens asked the married teacher if she would like to fool around, but she sent them on to their next class. Apparently the teens continued to ask her and she finally relented.
All of the activity was discovered when the 18-year-old’s father spotted an unknown car outside the 16-year-olds house, and when it left after several hours he recognized Mrs. Woolf as a teacher at the high school. He informed the younger boy’s mother of what he saw, and after she found text messages on the boy’s phone that implied a sexual relationship, he confessed the teacher had brought him lunch when he stayed home sick from school, and the two had sex. The older boy then confessed to two occasions of the teacher performing oral sex on him when he was confronted.
The parents first talked with Mrs. Woolf directly demanding she resign as they didn’t want this public and having her husband possibly come after the boys. She promised she had resigned, but when it was revealed a few days later she hadn’t, the parents turned her into the school.
Mrs. Woolf was given time to turn herself into authorities, which she did within the allotted time, and was then released on $30,000 bond.
This is the third teacher sex scandal story from Texas that I’ve reported on just this week! The previous two were Jennifer Riojas from Forth Worth and Andrea Berbel from Houston. What in the world is going on in that state?
While I was reluctant to do a third story in a week (I am not a site that specializes in this news), I was just amazed at how this one came about. She gave in to what amounts to peer pressure? I mean, it’s bad enough the kids asked her (which, her previous school claims they have no record of allegations being filed against her), but the fact that she relented? What a clear thinking educator have informed the principal? Wouldn’t these kids have gotten a talking to? No, her solution was, “Oh, what the heck!”
Even I’m floored by this one.