AUSTIN, Texas- Former Westlake High School teacher Haeli Noelle Wey has been sentenced to 10 years probation after pleading guilty to having an improper relationship with two students.
Haeli Noelle Wey pleaded guilty to two counts of improper relationship between educator and student on February 3rd.
She was a math teacher at Westlake High School until October 30, 2015.
According to court documents, Wey and one of the the victims had been communicating with each other through social media since the start of the school year. The alleged incident that led to the current charges happened during a hike in September. The arrest affidavit listed a series of texts between Wey and the victim that shows her inviting the victim on the hike and then asking the victim to delete the conversation from their phone.
Court documents say a juvenile witness found the exchange on the victim's phone and alerted authorities. The victim then provided details of the improper encounter to investigators during an interview.
The incident with the second student occurred during the summer. According to the affidavit, Wey invited the victim to her home where they had intercourse. The sexual relationship allegedly lasted several months. Authorities became aware of the incident after the victim made an outcry to their parent, who then alerted law enforcement.
Wey bonded out of the Travis County Jail Thursday night. Her bond was set at $75,000.
According to the Texas Education Agency, Wey voluntarily surrendered her teaching certification on December 15th.
Wey is ordered by the court not to have contact with the two alleged victims. The district is making counselors available for staff and students that have been affected by the incident.