They were also extremely concerned because they believed Day was their son’s Chemistry teacher,” the release said.
In June, Day had written the school district, seeking the chemistry teaching job, and said that she has a “love for others and truly wish for everyone to succeed.
@OKCFOX pic.twitter.com/q Rcv I3Y3wx — Emily Collins (@Emily TVNews) November 16, 2017 The Sheriff’s Department says it wanted more evidence in the case and, thus, a sting was set up to catch the teacher in the alleged act.
“During the course of the phone examination, investigators determined Day and the under aged boy had already had sexual intercourse, and that additional plans had been made to meet at her residence on Wednesday afternoon to have sex again,” the release said.
“Hunter Day’s classroom at Yukon High School looks like any other classroom.
Authorities set up a sting operation to catch Hunter Day in the alleged act, and they released a photo of how she was dressed when they showed up in her living room after pretending to be the boy in question, a press release says.Hunter Day, a high school science teacher in Yukon, Oklahoma, is accused of having an “inappropriate relationship” with a student that allegedly included the exchange of nude photos and unraveled after sheriff’s investigators posed as the boy and discovered Day waiting for the teenager surrounded by lit candles.The 22-year-old chemistry teacher is but the latest in a string of female teachers to be hit with sex-related charges after being accused of inappropriate relationships with students.I learn very quickly and adapt to an ever changing environment.” When she got the job, according to her resume, she was working in customer service at a pharmacy and had also worked at a coffeehouse.She wrote on her resume that she obtained a natural science degree from Oklahoma Baptist University.