A teacher at Yukon High School has bonded out of jail after being accused of having sex with a student.
"Yukon Public Schools were informed late Wednesday afternoon, November 15, that an employee of the district was arrested for engaging in an inappropriate relationship with a high school student", Dr. Jason Simeroth, the superintendent of Yukon Public Schools, said in a statement to the media.
On the day she was arrested, Day planned to meet with the victim in her home, and when deputies arrived they used the boy's phone to text her and say "he" had arrived. Evidence of the relationship was allegedly found on his phone, which included nude pictures and lurid text messages.
Day was charged with rape in the second degree, possession of child pornography and soliciting sex from a minor using technology.
Day allegedly responded: "The doors [sic] unlocked as usual".
"This is a classic case of a serious breach of public trust", he said.
The boy was meant to meet the science teacher at her home on Wednesday and the deputies, who were given the teenager's cellphone by his parents, sent her a message "I'm here".
Upon entering the house, investigators discovered Day sitting on the floor of her living room with candles lit and all of the lights off.
She also confessed to the deputies that she had sent the boy photos of herself dressed in a bra and panties, and that she had received images of the teenager's genitals.
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"School teachers are entrusted to protect and educate our children, not to engage in an unlawful sexual relationship with them", said Chris West, Canadian County Sheriff.
They were also extremely concerned because they believed Day was their son's chemistry teacher.
In a statement, administrators from the high school said "the safety and well-being of our students is our number one priority", and there was no indication in Day's record that she would make such a "very poor decision".
Investigators identified themselves, and told Day why they were there.
Day is married to another faculty member at Yukon High School.
"I definitely see teaching as something I could do forever which is not something I would have said six months ago", Day said at the time, adding that she was earlier nervous about teaching as she thought students would not take her seriously because of her young age. She was among the state's 1,500 emergency certified teachers hired without education training to help mitigate teacher shortages.
Investigators say Day and the boy had also arranged a meeting on the day of the arrest.
"I think my biggest concern when I first traveled down this route was behavior management", Day told News 9 in October.