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License of former Basehor-Linwood teacher revoked after sex crime against student

July 13, 2010

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— The State Board of Education on Tuesday revoked the teaching license of a former Basehor-Linwood teacher who received a six-month suspended sentence for one count of battery.

In May, Kevin Vincent, who was a high school science teacher and boys soccer coach, pleaded no contest to repeatedly and intentionally touching a 16-year-old female student in an offensive manner. Law authorities said the behavior took place from September 2007 to May 2008.

Vincent was suspended in August 2009 and resigned one month later from the school district in Leavenworth County.

A memo to the State Board of Education said, “Mr. Kevin A. Vincent has surrendered his professional educator’s license directly to the State Board of Education for revocation as a consequence of his conduct in committing a criminal battery of a student less than 18 years of age while employed as a teacher at the Basehor-Linwood High School.

“Mr. Vincent understands that notice of the revocation of his license will be provided to all local education agencies in Kansas and to the agency responsible for issuing educator licenses/certificates in each of the other states.”

The board vote was 9-0.

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Shardwurm 4 years, 5 months ago

Maybe the teacher's union needs to get with the Catholic church and see if they can sort all this out.

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