Temple: Ex-teacher accused of sex with students sentenced

Seanna Kathleen Williams, 35, of Temple, was sentenced Tuesday to seven years of deferred adjudication probation in the two cases. (Jail photo)

TEMPLE, Texas (KWTX) An ex-Temple High School graphic design teacher who was named in indictments in July 2019 that alleged she had sex with two students in October 2018 was sentenced Tuesday in a plea deal reached with input from the victims, who are now both adults.

Seanna Kathleen Williams, 35, of Temple, was arrested on July 31, 2019 after her indictment for improper relationship between educator and student.

Williams, who also goes by the name Seanna Kathleen Roysden, was sentenced Tuesday to seven years of deferred adjudication probation in the two cases.

She will also surrender her teaching certificate.

If she successfully meets the terms and conditions of the probation, the conviction won’t appear on her record.