Updated: Wagnon turns self in to Travis County Sheriff, may be out on bond
Lisa Wagnon has reportedly turned herself in to Travis County Sheriff's Department earlier today (Oct. 25). However, an online search of the Travis County Jail population that is updated every 15 minutes (https://public.co.travis.tx.us/sips/default.aspx) shows that L. Wagnon is not in the Travis County jail at this time. She may have paid the $10,000 bond to be released.
She is not listed among the active Bell County Jail inmates as of 3:30 p.m. Oct. 25. http://www.co.bell.tx.us/Sheriff/CSTMR/bjaactlst.htm
SISD teacher resigns, warrant issued for improper relationship with a student
Judge Ted Duffield issued a warrant late on Oct. 24 for the arrest of Lisa Marie Wagnon, age 48, for the second degree felony of Improper Relationship between and Educator and a Student.
On Oct. 22 at approximately 3 p.m. a Bell County Sheriff’s Office deputy was dispatched to Salado High School in reference to a student telling Salado school administrators that he was having a sexual relationship with a Salado teacher.
Wagnon resigned her position effective immediately on Oct. 23
At 6:11 p.m. Oct. 24 Superintendent Michael Novotny issued the following statement via email:
On Monday, October 22, I was made aware of an allegation that one of our students was having an improper relationship with a teacher. I immediately called the Bell County Sherriff’s Office to report this so they could investigate the allegation.
The teacher which was allegedly involved in an inappropriate relationship has resigned and is no longer employed by the district. We are fully cooperating with the Bell County Sherriff’s Office throughout this process.
As both the superintendent and a parent of two students in our district, I take any allegations of misconduct very seriously. The safety of our students is our top priority.
Improper Relationship Between an Educator and Student is a second degree felony punishable by no less than two years and no more than 20 years in prison. Wagnon was not in custody at 4 p.m. Oct. 24, but the arrest is imminent.Bond is suggested at $10,000.