The Ewing High School teacher who was arrested after allegedly kissing and sending nude photographs to a male student has been fired by the district.
Ewing Township School Superintendent Michael Nitti confirmed Wednesday that Chelsea Hahn, 25, is no longer employed by the district.
She had been suspended and banned from school grounds since June 1, the day school officials notified Ewing Township police of allegations of child endangerment.
Ewing police wrote in Hahn's criminal complaint that she kissed a 17-year-old boy on the lips in her classroom and sent him messages including nude photographs of herself and asking to have sex.
Hahn has been charged with three counts of endangering the welfare of a child by engaging in "sexual conduct which impaired or debauched the morals" of the student.
She described herself in online profiles as a long-term substitute English teacher at the high school since April 2017.