Shelli Slusher, a former treasurer of the Beechwood High School Athletic Boosters, pleaded guilty to stealing from the association.
Slusher appeared in Kenton County Court Monday in front of Judge Patricia Summe.
Slusher, who is from Ft. Mitchell, admitted to taking more than $10,000 between 2005 and 2012.
Prosecutors recommend that Slusher be sentenced to five years, which would be probated, serve 30 days in jail and serve six months of home incarceration with electronic monitoring.
She must also pay more than $31,000 in restitution to the boosters said Rob Sanders, Kenton Commonwealth's Attorney.
"We could only prove beyond a reasonable doubt she had taken about $31,000", said Sanders. Slusher kept the records since she was treasurer.
However, the boosters claim Slusher actually stole around $60,000.
Slusher is banned from the Beechwood school campus except to pick up or drop off her children. She will also be allowed to attend her son's graduation, according to Sanders.
Slusher must also send a letter of apology to the boosters.
The 44-year-old is free on her own recognizance until she is sentenced May 22.