A substitute teacher from Bixby, Oklahoma, was arrested Wednesday on allegations of trading nude pictures with a student. The teacher also allegedly attempted to plan a sexual rendezvous with the minor after exchanging a series of nudes.

Anna Lewis, 22, was accused of sending lewd photos to a minor. Lewis received charges of lewd proposal to a minor and for being in violation of Computer Crimes Act. She had apparently communicated with the student through social media mediums Instagram and Snapchat, the Bixby Police Department said.

Law enforcement started investigating a potentially inappropriate relationship between Lewis and the minor in early November. Investigators examined the evidence provided by Instagram and Snapchat through a search warrant. The team's findings indicate that Lewis sent nearly 10 nude photos to the child, mostly on Snapchat.

"The messages included communications about attempting to meet the minor child for oral and physical sex acts," Officer Jerry Francis states in an affidavit, according to Tulsa World. "The victim admitted he sent Lewis nude photos after receiving nude photos from Lewis. The victim reported Lewis asked for the photos."

Lewis was reported by a student from a different school Nov. 9 after allegedly informing a class that she was engaging in communication and a sexual relationship with the child. Bixby Public Schools (BPS) said its officials notified the child's parents of the apparent relationship upon receiving the report and contacted the authorities, as well.

Lewis was hired by Kelly Services, an agency that BPS works with to secure its substitute teachers. Kelly Services intends to fully cooperate with law enforcement's investigation.

"We are always concerned about any reports of inappropriate behavior by one of our employees, and take these matters very seriously as student safety is our number one priority," BPS said in a statement issued to KTUL. " We are fully cooperating in the investigation of this matter. Kelly Services conducts business based on the highest standards of integrity, quality and professional excellence, and as such."

Lewis was booked into Tulsa County Jail and is being held in place of a $25,000 bond. She is expected to appear in court Dec. 20.