An Appleton high school teacher’s aid was recently charged with sexual assault after confessing to engaging in sexual intercourse with a student.
On Monday, December 2 Appleton West High School employee, Laura Bates, 44, was charged with four counts of sexual assault after admitting that she had sexual contact with a 17-year-old boy. The relationship between Bates and the student was discovered after another member of the school staff reported it to the police.
A $20,000 signature bond was set for Bates by Calumet County Judge, Jeffrey Froehlich. Bates will appear for a court trial on December 30.
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