Wilmer’s teacher was charged with a felony after a student told law enforcement agencies that he had touched him when he was in the first grade.


July 30-Wilmer-Wilmer school teachers are charged with felony in Kandiyohi County for improper contact with students during the 2012-2013 school year.

Lisa Jandner, 58, of Clara City, appeared Wednesday before District 8 Judge David Menis on suspicion of a second felony criminal sexual activity.

The donor was released on Wednesday at her own discretion and ordered not to contact the suspect. She is represented by Sarah M. McGillis of Minneapolis and her next court day is scheduled for October 26th.

According to criminal charges, a former student of Donor told law enforcement in January that Donor touched or groped him in the crotch and buttocks of his clothes during the 2012-2013 school year of his first year. .. The boy is now 15 years old.

He told law enforcement agencies that groping would occur during the entire grade and she would also rub and hug his shoulders.

An adult woman who also spoke with law enforcement said she had informed the school after telling her about what the boy had touched.

The district foreman, Jeff Holm, said she was unaware of the accusation until she was contacted by the West Central Tribune on Thursday, but confirmed that she was an employee of Kennedy Elementary School. He said it would not be possible to share whether there were any possible past complaints against donors due to data privacy legislation.

Holm said districts are usually considering taking people on vacation to start their own investigations, but they need to check with their talent to find out the next step in this case.

“Wilmer Public Schools will do everything they can to protect their students,” Holm said, always surprised to hear about such incidents.

According to Holm, donors were hired directly in the district from 1986 to 2020 and worked for a company that provided substitute teachers for the district during the 2020-2021 school year.

“We are working to inform the company about this situation and decide what additional action to take regarding the situation,” Holm later wrote in an email.

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