This past winter, Ike's good name was befouled by a story of serial sexual extortion among its student body.An 18-year-old senior named Anthony Stancl allegedly posed as a flirtatious female on Facebook to lure Ike boys into sending naked pictures of themselves.“I love you, too, baby and will forever,” she said.“I'm just saying that if you ever don't, please still love me enough as a person to know how much that'd hurt me. I want to be yours forever.” Domres, who received her state teaching certification in January 2011, didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment Thursday afternoon.To learn more, visit our store at 15448 W Beloit Rd, New Berlin, WI 53151 or give us a call at (262) 784-1380.
District Superintendent Joe Garza sent a letter to parents Friday alerting them to the charges against Domres and saying Garza shares their “frustration and disappointment” about the accusations of sexual assault in their community.Domres faces two counts of sexual assault of a student by school staff — felony charges.Domres pleaded guilty to both felony charges Thursday, August 4th. According to court documents, the relationship between Domres and the 16-year-old male student began during the 2014-2015 school year.Last year, an awkward high school senior in Wisconsin went online, passed himself off as a flirtatious female student, and conned dozens of his male classmates into e-mailing him sexually explicit images of themselves. Kayla's Facebook page said she was a junior, and though he'd never actually met her, you couldn't know every girl in a school with 1,200 kids.What he did next will likely send him to jail for a very long time Fuck, X thought. The night before, Kayla friended him with a message saying she always saw him in the hall and wanted to say hi, but she was too call New Berlin Eisenhower middle and high school "Ike," and they call the town of New Berlin "the Bubble," because, they say, as teenagers in suburbs everywhere say: "Nothing ever happens here." On the map, New Berlin forms a neat six-by-six-mile square in the southeast corner of Waukesha County, which prides itself on being one of the most politically conservative of Wisconsin's seventy-two counties.