STRATFORD, Conn. — A Stratford special education teacher remains on the payroll after she was charged with sexually assaulting a male student, but the school district is taking steps to fire her, ctpost.com reports.
Michelle Sulzicki, 28, of Oxford was arraigned last week of sexually assaulting a student she was tutoring in his home, the Connecticut Post said. Testing will begin to determine whether the boy, now 15, is the father of the her 5-month-old baby, the article said.
Sulzicki, who does not have tenure, teaches at Chapel Street School in Stratford.
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