S.G. in the news: Sex edition
I’m saddened to say that the city of South Gate is in the news today, but not for any positive reasons (but with the state of the media today, all news is bad news, right?). The principal, Jesús Angulo, and an assistant principal, María Sotomayor, of South East High School were charged yesterday with a misdemeanor for failure to report a possible sexual encounter between a substitute teacher and a student. If found guilty, they face up to six months in prison and a $1,000 dollar fine.
The encounter occurred in March and the substitute teacher, Jesús Salvador Saenz, was fired by the LAUSD and awaits trial on a felony count of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor.