Donna Marie Farrell was found guilty earlier this year of sexually assaulting a 15 year-old boy and attempting to sexually assault another boy. Both boys attended the school where she worked.
Farrell appeared in the District Court in Perth via video link from Kalgoorlie. In sentencing, the judge said he took into the age difference between Aklgoorlie and the two boys, as well as her lack of remorse for the crime. Farrell will be eligible for parole after 15 months.
But Donna-Marie Farrell, 34, was acquitted of three similar allegations made by another boy concerning the same incident. They jury deliberated for five hours before handing down its verdicts on the charges. Ms Farrell Horny couples Syracuse found not guilty of two counts of indecent dealings with under 16, not guilty of one count of sexual penetration or oral sex of under 16 and not kalglorlie of encouraging under 16 to engage in sexual behaviour.
A string of teenage and young adult witnesses gave conflicting evidence during the four-day trial. Many of the witnesses had been affected by alcohol at the time. The two boys accused Ms Farrell of performing oral sex on them at a public park after a party on Pqrk 25, in a small Goldfields town.
The woman with her toddler son, a group of other teenagers and young adults left a house party and walked to a local park at about midnight, the court was told. The boys claimed that shortly after the three moved away from the group to a different section of the park and Ms Farrell performed oral sex on them.
The maximum jail term for penetration is 14 years, with the maximum for attempt to engage in sexual behaviour seven years. He told Ms Farrell he still had to hear sentencing submissions before making a decision, but imprisonment was highly likely.