TORONTO -- "Do you want to go out with me or do you want to f--- me?"
The Ontario College of Teachers says that's not the type of question teachers should be asking their students, but one of them did and acted upon it.
Nathalie Champagne had a hearing in front of the College's disciplinary panel Wednesday and was stripped of her teaching certificate for engaging in sexual acts with a 16-year-old student while his buddies watched via video conference.
Champagne, a teacher at North York's Monseigneur-de-Charbonnel Catholic French high school, had a relationship with the student in 2008.
Champagne asked the 16-year-old if he wanted to "f---" her, invited him to her house and served him alcohol before performing oral sex on him.
On another occasion she engaged in sexual acts with the student through video conference and linked it so two of his buddies could watch. She then invited one of them to masturbate.
Champagne was found guilty of all the allegations listed on her disciplinary hearing notice and stripped of her certificate, said Brian Jamieson, a communications officer with the College.
"Which means that she is not allowed to teach in a publicly funded school or school system in Ontario," Jamieson said.
Champagne's further misconduct from 2007 to 2009 includes giving lengthy hugs to other students, even after being warned not to by her school's principal.
The College's website indicates Champagne graduated with a bachelor of arts in 2001 from the University of Laval and with an education degree from the University of Ottawa in 2008.
Champagne also shared her personal contact information with students "to communicate with them outside the professional relationship" and planned to meet one student and his girlfriend outside school hours for reasons unrelated to teaching.
When the 16-year-old tried to end their relationship, she told him, "You're the eighth guy to have dumped me. I hate my life -- It's not worth living."
Champagne could not be reached for comment.