Kristen Sullivan, 27, will face three years with five years' probation upon her release but will not be labeled a sexual predator, WTVJ-TV, Miami, reported.
Sullivan pleaded no contest to charges of aggravated battery and aggravated child abuse as part of the plea deal.
She said no to a second offered plea bargain that would have kept her out of prison but would have labeled her a sexual predator, WTVJ-TV reported.
Sullivan had faced two counts of sexual battery on a minor and two counts of lewd and lascivious battery on a minor.
The sexual battery charges, a first-degree felony, could have resulted in 30-year sentences on each count, prosecutors said.
Sullivan, who resides in Plantation and taught computers at Lauderhill Middle School, was arrested in April 2010 after a girlfriend of the teenage boy discovered he and Sullivan were having sex, authorities said.
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