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Court records reveal additional felony sexual assault charges filed against PCSSD teacher Stephanie Almand - The victim was under 14 years of age


We previously reported about Pulaski County Special School District teacher Stephanie Almand being arrested and charged with felony sexual assault charges in connection with a 17 year old male student at Maumelle High School. You can read those stories by clicking here, here and here.

Now two additional sexual assault charges have been file against her, this time the victim was under the age of 14 at the time of the sexual assault.

 Administrative Order No. 5 specifically deals with victims under age fourteen.


We have request records for LRPD and the Pulaski County Circuit Clerk and will updated this story as the records are received.

A former co-worker of Almand's at eStem sent us an email about some "fishy behavior" involving Almand when she worked at that school in the 2019-2020 school year.


From Almand's PCSSD employment application

Could the latest charges involve an eStem student?

Stay tuned.

***UPDATE- 8/17/21  12:02PM***

According to the PCSSD mouthpiece, Almand is no longer an employee.


We suspect Almand resigned to keep any PCSSD internal investigation a secret.


***UPDATE - 8/18/21*** 

LRPD tells us that they still have an on-going investigation of Almand and refused to provide any further records.

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