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from www.nydailynews.com – A Brooklyn high school teacher was pulled from her classroom and arrested after a teenage female student said they shared a three-year “intimate relationship,” education officials and law enforcement sources said.
Cops charged Urszula Jankowska, an English teacher at Williamsburg High School for Architecture and Design, with committing a criminal sex act, forcible touching and endangering the welfare of a child, sources said Monday night.
The allegation of a racy relationship between Jankowska and the student surfaced after Jankowska told a school principal that the girl had been posting threatening messages on her Facebook page, sources said.
The student then told a school counselor that she and Jankowska began a relationship in 2008, when the girl was 13, law enforcement sources said. The student said the relationship ended in October 2011, sources said.
Jankowska — who taught English at the Williamsburg high school from 2008 until last fall, when she switched to English as a second language — was promptly suspended, education officials said.
“She was immediately removed from the school, and an investigation is ongoing,” a Department of Education spokeswoman said.
Jankowska could not be reached for comment, and had not been arraigned as of late Monday night.
Students at the school, which shares a campus with Brooklyn Prep and Williamsburg Prep, were shocked.
“She takes her job way too seriously,” said senior Miguel Walie. He added that Jankowska was involved in Architecture and Design’s student government, yearbook and even wrote the scripts for the school’s morning announcements.
“She’s here before school and after school every day,” Walie said.
Terrence Woods, who had Jankowska for English his sophomore year, was skeptical of the accusations.
“She doesn’t really seem like that type of person at all,” he said. “She’s just a nice English teacher.”