A Kendall woman has pleaded guilty to two counts of assaulting a school staff member.
Sarah Anne Standard, 31, of Batar Creek Road appeared before magistrate Georgina Darcy in the Port Macquarie Local Court on November 13.
Bail will continue.
Standard pleaded guilty to two counts of assaulting a school staff member while attending school and using offensive language near a public place.
Those incidents allegedly took place on June 28, 2020.
Standard has pleaded not guilty to four counts of assaulting police officers.
In police facts tabled to the court, Standard and her partner were at a school when the victim walked passed a room where the pair were sitting.
"As she walked past the door to the next office, the accused has come from behind her and pushed her in the back and forced her to hit a wall," the facts state.
"At the same time she was yelling: "you f****** bitch, how dare you". That was repeated several times.
"The victim turned around to face the accused and the accused stepped into her face and palm-heeled her to the face."
Magistrate Darcy adjourned the matters against Standard to the Port Macquarie Local Court on January 28, 2021.
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