Kelley Williams-Bolar, 40, works as a special education assistant at Buchtel High School.
As part of her conviction, the Summit County Prosecutor's Office noted that it was required by law to report her felony conviction to the Ohio Department of Education, which in turn would notify the Akron Public Schools as Williams-Bolar's employer.
An APS spokeswoman said Thursday that no decision has been made on whether Williams-Bolar will be able to return to her job.
Over the years, the district has made case-by-case exceptions for employees convicted of non-violent felonies, but it's unknown what action will be taken with Williams-Bolar now that she has been released from jail.
Williams-Bolar must also perform 80 hours of community service and may again be tried for grand theft after jurors could not reach a decision on that charge.
Leaders with the Copley-Fairlawn Schools claim Williams-Bolar owes about $30,000 for the two-plus years that her two children attended the district while living in Akron.