A former Centennial High School employee was sentenced to two years of formal probation Monday for allegedly sending nude photos and videos of herself to a student.

According to the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office, Kecia Jean Weaver, 32, met the student during an after-school program.

Law enforcement started to investigate Weaver earlier this year after the principal at the high school reported Weaver and the student, a freshman at the time, were potentially having a sexual relationship.

Law enforcement discovered that Weaver had exchanged sexually explicit images and videos with the student on Snapchat, the attorney’s office says. The former employee and student allegedly communicated on the social media platform between 2015 and 2017.

Weaver was a member of Centennial High School’s support staff and was not a licensed teacher, the attorney’s office says. In court Monday, she pleaded guilty to one count of luring a minor.

As part of her sentencing, Weaver will be required to participate in any treatment, classes or counseling as recommended during a psycho-sexual evaluation.

She will not be allowed to contact the student she allegedly sent explicit photos and videos and will not be allowed to have any unsupervised contact with minors while on probation. She will also not be allowed to use social media apps unless approved by her probation officer.

The attorney's office said there is no evidence that Weaver engaged in sexual contact with the minor student.

The case was investigated by the Gresham Police Department in cooperation with the Centennial School District.

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