Not much 'Sense': Teacher accused of partying with students

NORTON, OH (WOIO) - A high school teacher and coach has been indicted, accused of corrupting kids.

37-year-old Terry Sense taught math and coached basketball at Norton High School. He has been charged with 28 counts of corrupting another with drugs.

Police say Sense had parties at his Wadsworth Township home, and invited his students and players to attend. 19 Action News has learned there are 14 victims, all were minors at the time. The parties had been ongoing from 2007-2009.

Sense is currently behind bars in the Medina County Jail.

He has been suspended with pay since the investigation was launched in October. Sense taught math at the school since 1996.

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