February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month!Dating violence is more common than many people think.Anchorage Police confirmed Morris was a youth leader at a South Anchorage church during that time.Grace Christian School also confirms Morris is currently a teacher there.According to the school’s website, she began teaching there in 2004.The victim told police that she came forward because she’s concerned other high school girls could be going through the same experiences she did, according to the Attorney General’s Office. Morris was not arrested and the judge released her on bond.Stand Up, Speak Up (SUSU) is a media and engagement campaign that was developed in partnership with the Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault; the Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault; Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Division of Public Health; Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium and youth ages 12-18 from across Alaska.
An Anchorage teacher who also served as a youth leader at a local church is charged with one count of third-degree sexual abuse of a minor.
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Prosecutors suggested as part of her conditions for release, that Morris is to refrain from serving as a youth leader and to avoid contact with the alleged victim.