A former Alpine School District teacher charged with showing sexually explicit material to two students will continue to undergo mental health counseling under an agreement reached in 4th Circuit Court.
During a hearing Tuesday, Judge Joseph Dimick ordered Cynthia L. Gee, 26, to continue the counseling.As part of the agreement, if Gee successfully completes mental health counseling her record will be cleared next March.
Gee, a former fifth-grade teacher, was charged in May with dealing in materials harmful to a minor.
She was accused of showing a Masters and Johnson text on human sexuality to two of her elementary school students during a slumber party at her residence.
Dimick ordered a review of the case in three months, but no specific date was set.
School district records indicate that Gee was fired "for cause" on May 27.