Married science teacher accused of using classroom as her own personal sex laboratory

June Kendall, a teacher at Urban Prep Academy in Chicago, began “prepping” two boys with explicit messages after making friends with them on Snapchat.

    2016/10/11

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CHICAGO — A Chicago teacher has been charged with teaching two students about her body after sending racy messages to them on social media.

According to court documents cited by the Chicago Tribune, June Kendall, a science teacher at Urban Prep Academy, began “prepping” the two boys after making friends with them on Snapchat.

The messages became more inappropriate until this fall, when she began sending them sexually charged messages and images of her in various states of undress.

Kendall, 29, is accused of having sex with one of the boys in September. She is alleged to have had sex with the same student again in an annex of her classroom last Monday, before having sex with the second boy in school later the same day.

Kendall was seen leaving her classroom with the first boy and was reported to school administrators by the person who saw her. The second boy reportedly told a friend about his encounter.

Police found out about the second incident after they launched their investigation.

Kendall faces charges of criminal sexual assault and was ordered held on $100,000 bond. She is due back in court today.
June Kendall faces charges of criminal sexual assault for engaging in illicit Snapchat conversations with two boys whom she allegedly later had sex with. POLICE HANDOUT
June Kendall faces charges of criminal sexual assault for engaging in illicit Snapchat conversations with two boys whom she allegedly later had sex with. POLICE HANDOUT
Kendall is a teacher at Chicago’s Urban Prep Academy, where the boys are students and where the alleged sexual encounters occurred. GOOGLE STREET VIEW
Kendall is a teacher at Chicago’s Urban Prep Academy, where the boys are students and where the alleged sexual encounters occurred. GOOGLE STREET VIEW
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