Sex crime investigation led to the arrest of Ribault High School teacher

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UPDATED 2/22/2021 7:40 p.m.:

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office released Monday that Jason Clark was arrested as a result of a sex crime investigation.

According to JSO, Clark was attempting to engage a student in a sex act.

Additional victims may exist, and JSO is asking the community to call 904-630-0500 if they have any information on other potential victims that Clark may have been involved with.


Jason Jamall Camaron Clark, 28, a Ribault High School math teacher and coach, was arrested Friday, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.

Clark is facing two charges, contributing to the delinquency of a child and offenses against students by authority figures.

The police report stated Clark met up with someone who they believe was a minor at Hyde Park Food Mart after talking on FaceTime.

Action News Jax reached out to Duval County Public Schools District, and received the following statement: “The district is aware and is monitoring the situation as a human resources matter. The employee has been reassigned to duties without student contact until the matter is concluded.”

Clark was out of jail Saturday on bond.

Action News Jax checked Clark’s court records and found no criminal history in Duval County.

He is due in court March 15th.

Bailey Husker, Action News Jax

Bailey Husker is a digital content producer and assignment editor for Action News Jax.