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Ex-aide sentenced in sex case
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A former Ceres High School teacher's aide who was arrested in 2009 on charges that she had illegal sexual relations with a male student was sentenced last week to a year in jail.

Former CHS paraprofessional instructional assistant Stacey Rochelle Goodloe, who was 36 at the time of her arrest on March 6, 2009, was charged with three felony charges all stemming from unlawful sexual activity with a minor. Those charges were dropped in a plea bargain deal if she admitted to committing lewd and lascivious acts with the minor. She was sentenced to a year in jail and serve three years' probation.

The boy, who was not identified, was under the age of 15 at the time. She told police that she loved the teen and had sex with him at least six times, including her car and at local motels.

Ceres Unified School District officials received information from multiple sources about Goodloe's alleged relationship with the student. The information sounded credible enough to prompt CUSD officials to contact the Ceres Police Department. Police had enough probable cause to have Goodloe taken into custody.

Goodloe was hired in 2005 to work as a paraprofessional, working directly with students with special needs in a classroom setting. She passed background checks before her hiring with no concerns.

The sex acts did not take place on the school campus.

Goodloe was paid on paid administrative leave pending the results of the criminal charges.