Mother defends substitute teacher arrested for sexual battery St. Cloud teacher charged with 10 counts of sexual battery on a minor By Troy Campbell Sara B. Moore, 35 ST. CLOUD, Fla. - An Osceola County substitute teacher is behind bars without bond after being arrested at her house on Sunday. Sara Moore, 35, was arrested and charged with 10 counts of sexual battery on a minor. District officials told News 6 that Moore most recently worked as a substitute health teacher at St. Cloud Middle School. The district also said Moore has worked within the district for at least three years. Moore's mother, however, said that her daughter hasn't done anything wrong. "It has not been proved that she's done anything wrong, and she did not," said Moore's mother as she left their family home Sunday. "You know what, she's innocent until she is proven guilty. Don't make it look otherwise. She's a good, lovely person. You ask anybody that knows her." St. Cloud police said that Moore had several sexual encounters with the victim inside the home where neighbors said she lives with her husband and children. Detectives didn't immediately say if Moore's alleged victim was a student at the school or how they knew each other. Students return to school from the holiday break Monday. The district said it plans on sending a letter home with the students to inform parents about the incident. School officials said the safety of their students is their No. 1 priority.