Etowah County authorities say a teacher has been arrested for being "sexually involved" with high school students. Sheriff Todd Entrekin said Kayla Lynn Hodges, 31, of Anniston was arrested today on four counts of a school employee having sexual contact with a student under the age of 19. The charges are misdemeanors. Investigators said Hodges sent "sexual photos and text messages to four high school students" while employed with the Etowah County Board of Education as a teacher. A Kayla Hodges was listed as a math teacher at Gaston High School. Etowah County Superintendent Alan Cosby said Hodges resigned from her job on Jan. 7. "After her resignation was accepted these allegations came to light," Cosby said. "We then contacted local law enforcement to report the information we had at the time and are fully cooperating with the Sheriff's Office and District Attorney's Office in this case." Hodges was booked into the Etowah County Detention Center on $5,000 property bond. As a condition of her bond, Hodges is to report to Community Corrections, have no unsupervised contact with minors and should not participate in any online social media applications. "This type of ridiculous behavior is completely uncalled for by someone who was trusted by the community to teach our kids," Entrekin said.