UPDATED: Coronado HS teacher plead not guilty - FOX34 Lubbock

UPDATED: Coronado HS teacher plead not guilty

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LUBBOCK, Texas -


Scott Hall has plead not guilty. His trial date is set for Dec. 3.


The Lubbock County grand jury indicts a former Coronado High School art teacher for having an inappropriate relationship with a student.

A federal grand jury has already true-billed 40-year-old Scott Hall for enticement and attempted enticement of a minor.

Hall is accused of having a sexual relationship with a student, using e-mails, texts, and other messages to do so.

An arrest warrant shows Hall confirmed the e-mail messages and said it's all his fault to investigators and he knows he can't have a relationship with that student again.

Hall resigned from the school district on October 5.

The federal charges carry a potential sentence of life in prison.

A federal grand jury indicted Scott Hall, 40, with enticement and attempted enticement of a minor. 

Hall, an art teacher at Coronado High School, was accused of having a sexual relationship with a student who is a minor, a state felony, and using e-mails, texts and other messages - the federal crime - according to the arrest warrant.

The warrant shows Scott confirmed the e-mail exchanges and that "all of this is his fault" and that he knows he cannot have a relationship with the student again.

According to a statement from Lubbock ISD, the district was made aware of the investigation by Lubbock Police prior to Hall's arrest. The district placed Hall on administrative leave.

A federal judge has ordered conditions for Hall to be released on a $100,000 bond which includes:

  • actively seek employment
  • surrender of passport
  • participate in mental health counseling that will include specialized sex offender treatment
  • not possess a firearm
  • home detention
  • defendant shall not be employed at any public or private educational institution

Additional conditions include "the defendant shall have no unsupervised contact with any child under the age of 18" and "shall not use or own any device that allows internet access". 

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