NEW FAIRFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) — A 31-year-old New Fairfield Public Schools employee faces multiple charges after police said she sent a student unsolicited sexual pictures and sexually assaulted them.

School administrators contacted the New Fairfield Police Department on Jan. 17 to report information about “possible inappropriate contact” between Andie Rosafort, and a student, according to Connecticut State Police.

Rosafort worked as a middle school lunch aide for the New Fairfield Public Schools system.

Police confirmed that the student is a boy, but did not disclose his age.

A person told police the student had left a gathering, and then returned and was acting odd, according to police. A friend then learned that the student left to meet for a sexual encounter with Rosafort.

The student told police he’d been messaging Rosafort on social media for several months, and had received unsolicited sexually explicit images and videos, according to Connecticut State Police. Rosafort had also asked the student for pictures of themselves.

Rosafort asked the boy to meet with her during the gathering, drove to pick them up and had sexual contact with them, according to police. The student said they “felt uncomfortable,” got out of the vehicle, and then went back to see his friends, who helped them block Rosafort on social media.

According to officials, detectives found several screen recordings of explicit videos of Rosafort on the student’s phone. Similar photos and videos were also found on Rosafort’s phone.

Police received a warrant for her arrest on Friday. She turned herself in on Monday.

She has been charged with second-degree sexual assault, enticing a minor by computer and risk of injury to a minor. She has been released on a $100,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in court on March 1.

Rosafort is no longer employed by the New Fairfield Public School system, according to officials.