Former Solomon teacher pleads guilty to sexual relations with student
By TIM HORAN
A former Solomon teacher entered a plea of guilty Wednesday morning on three counts of having sexual relations with a high school student .
Amber Marie Stroda, former third grade teacher at Solomon Elementary, said she had relations with a high school student three times at his residence.
The guilty plea came with an agreement between Dickinson County Attorney Daryl Hawkins and Stroda.
While sentencing is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. on Oct. 2, terms of the plea include costs and enrollment in a sexual offenders treatment program. She is also required to register as a sexual offender.
Stroda was charged with six counts of feloniously engaging in consensual sexual intercourse with students over the age of 16. It was revealed in court that the student was 17 at the time.
Stroda’s plea was only on counts one, two and three. Counts four, five and six were dismissed prejudice.
She appeared before 8th District Judge Ben Sexton.