In her sentencing Monday before Superior Court Judge Frank C. Mills III, Peavy agreed to surrender her teaching certificate and not apply for another certificate anywhere else. She also agreed not to do volunteer work or seek employment where she would work with, teach or tutor children, according to the Cherokee County clerk’s office.
District Attorney Garry Moss could not be reached for comment Thursday morning, nor could Peavy’s attorney, J. Daran Burns. Neither Peavy nor Cheek could be reached for comment. Peavy has been on leave without pay from the Cherokee County school system since her arrest. Cheek resigned from the school system in August 2009.