A DeSoto Central High School choir director has been arrested and charged with two counts of sexual battery, according to Southaven Police. Police Lt. Mark Little said Megan W. Morgan, 29, of Southaven, was arrested Friday and charged with sexual battery involving a minor. Morgan was charged with two counts of sexual battery under the following statute, Mississippi Code 97-3-95, subsection 2. It should be pointed out that Morgan is innocent of the charges until proven guilty. "A person is guilty of sexual battery if he or she engages in sexual penetration with a child under the age of 18 years if the person is in a position of trust or authority over the child, including without limitation the child's teacher, counselor, physician, psychiatrist, psychologist, minister, priest, physical therapist, chiropractor, legal guardian, parent, step-parent, aunt, uncle, Scout leader or coach." Katherine Nelson, Director of Communications for the DeSoto County School District, said that Morgan is no longer employed by the School District. "Megan Morgan is no longer an employee with DeSoto County Schools," Nelson said. "She was previously employed as a choir director." Morgan, who was taken to the DeSoto County Jail and booked after her arrest, was placed under $25,000 bond on each count and has since bonded out of jail. If convicted of the charges, Morgan faces up to 30 years in prison on each count.