Former Concordia Vocal Instructor Sentenced to 24 Months Supervised Probation

By Toby Nosker
KNCK News Director

Former Concordia High School Vocal Music Instructor Kevin Johnson was sentenced this week to 24 months supervised probation on a charge of conspiracy to commit unlawful sexual relations.

According to the Concordia Blade-Empire, Johnson was sentenced to serve 13 months in the Kansas Department of Corrections, and was granted 24 months probation. By entering a guilty plea to the charge, Johnson is required to register for 25 years in accordance with the Offender Registration Act.

Johnson had plead guilty June 12th to conspiracy to commit unlawful sexual relations, a level 7 person felony.

Originally arrested March 26th, the USD 333 Concordia Board of Education voted that week to accept Johnson's resignation, effective immediately.