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from www.sandmountainreporter.com – A former substitute teacher at Albertville High School has been arrested for having an inappropriate relationship with a 17- year-old male student.

School officials confirmed that Jennifer Marie Morton, 34, of Albertville, had worked at the high school for about three weeks before being terminated.

According to AHS principal Paul McAbee, the termination was due to poor job performance, and administrators had no prior knowledge of the allegations that Morton had “inappropriate contact” with a student on school grounds.

Albertville Superintendent Ric Ayer confirmed McAbee’s statement.

“There’s never been any allegation of anything that happened at school that we’ve dealt with, and the first I heard about it was when we read the arrest report,” Ayer said.

McAbee also added Morton did go through a thorough background check before being allowed to substitute teach.

Morton has been charged with sexual misconduct, which is a misdemeanor.

She was booked into the Albertville City Jail and later released on a $500 bond. She has a May 21 court date.

from www.waaytv.com – ALBERTVILLE, Ala. (WAAY) – A woman has been charged with sexual misconduct involving a teenager.
Jennifer Marie Morton, 34, Albertville, is out of jail on bond after being arrested Thursday. She is charged with misdemeanor sexual misconduct.

Albertville police spokesman Jamie Smith said Morton is accused of inappropriate conduct with a 17-year-old boy.

Albertville High School Principal Paul McAbee said Morton filled in as a substitute teacher for three weeks in January. He said Morton was not on the school’s regular rotation for substitutes.

McAbee said the school learned of Morton’s arrest Monday. It’s unclear whether the incident took place at the school or after Morton finished her time as a substitute.

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