Teaching certificates suspended for former accused WISD teacher Share:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Posted in Headline, Waxahachie on May 02, 2016 by Publisher Photo courtesy Waxahachie ISD WAXAHACHIE — According to the Texas Education Agency (TEA), all teaching certificates issued to former Waxahachie Independent School District (WISD) teacher Laura Leigh Evans have been suspended until April 22, 2018.The Texas Education Agency website shows the sanction began on April 22, 2016.Evans was previously under investigation for an alleged inappropriate relationship with a student."This afternoon I was informed that one of our high school teachers had an inappropriate relationship with one of her students," WISD Superintendent Jeremy Glenn wrote to WISD board members on February 11, 2015."She admitted to the relationship, but indicated it started after the student graduated."Audio obtained by Ellis County Citizen of a meeting between Evans and Lee Auvenshine, WISD Deputy Superintendent of Human Resources and Legal Services, confirm Evans admitted to a sexual relationship with a former student.Evans was immediately placed on paid administrative leave pending an investigation. She later tendered her resignation.The TEA notified Evans on February 27, 2015 that she was under investigation for "inappropriate conduct with a student."Previous coverageWISD teacher under investigation for inappropriate conduct with studentWISD teacher admits relationship with former student amid misconduct allegations You may also be interested in readingWISD teacher admits relationship with former student amid misconduct allegationsWISD teacher under investigation for inappropriate conduct with studentFinley Jr High principal, Ruth Sutton, to retireWISD named a Best Community for Music Education for second timeWaxahachie ISD superintendent set to resignKBEC to host WISD bond information session April 4Waxahachie ISD invites public to reception for outgoing deputy superintendentKen Lynch named principal at Global High SchoolWISD Superintendent Glenn reverses decision and will stay in WaxahachieWISD School Board calls for $125 million bond election ← Teen arrested for claiming false kidnappingFerris ISD clarifies details about employee accused of touching child → You must log in to post a comment.