Though the lads were 18 New Jersey teacher indicted for official misconduct, allegedly had sex and improper relationships involving three 18-year-old students BY Jason Silverstein NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Robert Sciarrino/NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Nicole McDonough, an English teacher at West Morris Mendham High School, was indicted for three counts of official misconduct Wednesday. A New Jersey teacher might be due for some discipline for allegedly getting too close to some students. Nicole McDonough, an English teacher at West Morris Mendham High School, was indicted by a grand jury Wednesday for three counts of official misconduct through alleged “improper” relationships with three 18-year-old students, the Newark Star-Ledger reported. McDonough, 32, had sex with at least one of the students, and also had indecent communications and “fraternization” with all three, prosecutors said. More specific details about the latter charges have not yet been released. Since all of the students are legal adults, McDonough will not face sex charges. She allegedly maintained the relationships in 2013 and 2014 at several locations in Mendham Borough, prosecutors said. ROBERT SCIARRINO/NJ Advance Media /Landov Nicole McDonough allegedly maintained improper relationships with three 18-year-old students and had sex with one of them. McDonough, of Mount Olive, has been suspended from her job since her arrest on Dec. 30. She was initially charged with one count of official misconduct for an alleged affair with one student. The other counts were revealed at Wednesday’s indictment. McDonough, who recently married, could face up to 10 years in prison if convicted, the Daily Record reported. She pleaded not guilty in January. She taught honors English classes at the school for seven years.