A 30-year-old teacher from Ottawa is accused of having a sexual relationship with one of her Catholic school students. Jessica Beraldin, who taught seventh to ninth graders at Mother Teresa High School in Napean, Ontario, also sent sexually explicit material to a student during school hours as recently as March 31, police said. The mother-of-one has been charged with sexual assault, sexual exploitation and making sexually explicit material available to a child. Beraldin has been released on $100,000 bond and banned from positions of authority, contact with the alleged victim, as well as parks, pools, and areas where minors under 16 congregate. She has been placed on paid suspension at the school, according to CBC News. An investigation found evidence dating back to July 2014, and police say the sexually charged messages were sent from December 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016, the Ottawa Sun reported. Constable Chuck Benoit said 'it was during her work that these incidents happened', with police looking into the possibility of other victims. According to CBC news, several of her students were shocked by the news, claiming she was good at her job and 'more of a friend than a teacher'