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A hearing to determine whether the Oxnard School District was right in firing an eighth-grade science teacher who acted in pornographic films ended Thursday.
A three-person commission has 30 days to deliberate and decide whether Stacie Halas, 32, can keep her teaching job.
After six days of testimony, attorneys representing Halas and the school district closed the hearing by characterizing the case as one that was about either deceit or redemption.
Representing the school district, attorney Nitasha Sawhney told the Commission of Professional Competence that teachers are role models for children.
"Being a teacher comes with great responsibility. They are exemplars. Teachers are trusted with much more than the curriculum," said Sawhney, citing past legal cases. "In this case, Ms. Halas has failed the district's standard and the legal standard as exemplar and role model."
Sawhney said the district has the right to fire Halas on the grounds that she is unfit to teach, has conducted immoral activity and was dishonest.
Read more at Ventura County Star.