They really ought to update the language on that sexual penetration statute. The wording seems clumsy in the case of a female perp and a younger male victim. Sex Ed was the only class I remained awake for during my formal schooling. Unless the diagrams have changed dramatically over time, the lady still can’t penetrate the male.

The aside will do little to reduce the penal code charges against New Mexico high school volleyball coach and math teacher, Tiana Sanchez, 31, who stands accused of sexual relationship with a male student at Silver Lake High School.

With parents now seemingly becoming more vigilant, the victim’s concern mom checked his phone and found some X-rated photos and texts between Sanchez and her teenaged son. When dad finds the same messages, maybe he comes directly to you for a heart to heart, a life lesson speech, and potentially a high-five. When mom finds the very same naughty communications, she goes to the police.

The boy was questioned by authorities and copped to four separate meets up with Sanchez for sexual intercourse. Sanchez was picked up and booked, though released on bail not long after.

The school and school district did what is so common these days and immediately removed Sanchez’ web page from the school website. That’s often step one, even before the firing or suspending, which apparently they also did quickly, as issued in a statement about Sanchez no longer teaching at Silver Lake. When all of this was new and shocking, there was no playbook. Now you assume district officials and school principals routinely train and talk about what to do if and when these teacher-student sexual trysts come to light. Sort of like how they trained up for school shootings after Columbine. Bureaucrats are never forward thinking, but they are johnny-on-the-spot when it comes to CYA protocols.