Randi Chaverria Biography
Randi Chavarria was arrested at his home in Round Rock, Texas, Tuesday morning and charged with the second-degree crime.
Randi was a Round Rock High School teacher. She is out of a job and facing jail time after police charged her with an “improper relationship between educator and student.” According to the Round Rock Police Department, Randi Chaverria turned herself into the Williamson County Jail on Tuesday, Nov. 26.
In a KXAN-TV report, Round Rock High School principal Matt Groff wrote in a letter to families that school administrators were first informed of possible inappropriate behaviors on November 18.
“Once notified, the teacher, who had chosen to take a permit before the administration received the report, was immediately reported to the District Human Resources Department and the police and was not allowed to return to campus,” Groff wrote
According to a district Facebook post, Chaverria was a Round Rock High School family science teacher and had been teaching for a little more than five years. Last year, she was named ‘2019 Secondary Teacher of the Year’ at the district’s annual banquet.
“The most important role of a teacher is to help shape future generations to become successful members of our community,” Chaverria said at the time. “More than any curriculum I teach my students, I hope that they will walk away from my classroom thinking of ways that they can make a difference in their community and impact the lives of others for the better.”
School officials say they have reported Chaverria to the State Board for Educator Certification, and she no longer has a job following her resignation.
Randi Chaverria Age
She is 36 years old.
Randi Chaverria Charged & Arrest
According to the district’s website, Chaverria was very involved in the school.
“During her time at Round Rock, she has applied that mindset to making a positive impact on her campus by leading the Adopt-A-Child a community service project,” the district said online.
According to online jail records, Chaverria is still in custody at the Williamson County Jail as of Tuesday morning.
She faces up to 20 years behind bars if she is convicted of the charge. Additional details of the accusations against Chavarria, which he taught at Round Rock High School, have not yet been released, but he was fired from his job. Her alleged crimes arose only a year and a half after her school district named her High School Teacher of the Year.
Groff said Chavarria had passed a Texas Department of Public Safety background check before being hired, as well as employment reference checks. Back in May, she won “Secondary Teacher of the Year” from the district. At that point, she had been a teacher for five years working as a Family and Consumer Science teacher for the last two years. According to the release announcing her award, Chavarria also led the “Adopt-A-Child” community service project where high school students adopt elementary school students in need and buy them holiday gifts.
Speaking after winning the award, Chavarria said: “More than any curriculum I teach my students, I hope they move away from my classroom thinking about ways they can make a difference in their community and impact the lives of others for the better “Chavarria was also acclaimed for leading an Adopt-a-Child community service program that saw high school students counseling an elementary student considered” needy. ” “The teacher hit the scandal, who completed a background check when he was hired six years ago remains in custody at the Williamson County jail until Tuesday afternoon, KVUE reported.