King's Way employee arrested on sexual misconduct charges

Woman allegedly had inappropriate relationship with student

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Updated: March 13, 2012, 9:19 PM

 

Clark County sheriff’s deputies on Tuesday arrested a 29-year-old King’s Way Christian School employee on three counts of first-degree sexual misconduct with a minor student at the school.

Kyley Allworth, 29, was booked into the Clark County Jail.

She is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday morning.

The sheriff’s office said it began an investigation Saturday into allegations of an inappropriate relationship between Allworth and a student at the private school.

Allworth, according to a news release, is not a teacher, but held a supervisory role and coached athletics at the school, at 3300 N.E. 78th St.

The name of the student was not released.

Calls to two top school officials were not returned Tuesday night.

The full press release from the Clark County Sheriff's Office:

On March 10, 2012 deputies from the Clark County Sheriff's Office initiated an investigation into an inappropriate relationship between a student and an employee of Kingsway Christian School in Vancouver.

After the initial report, the investigation was given to members of the Clark County Major Crimes Unit who completed the investigation. Based on information learned during the course of this investigation, it appears that an inappropriate, sexual relationship did occur between a student and an employee of the school. The employee Kyley Allworth, 29 years of age, although not a teacher, is involved in a supervisory role at the school as well as coaching athletics.

Kyley Allworth was arrested on March 13, 2012 and was booked into the Clark County Jail on three counts of Sexual Misconduct with a Minor in the first degree.

The name of the student involved in this incident will not be released.

Kingsway Christian School is a private school that is operated by the First Church of God located at 3300 NE 78th street in Vancouver.

Since this an active investigation there will no further information from our office regarding this incident.