Grand Jury Condems, So Why Is Loudoun Co. School Boss Still Employed?
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- The sexual assault of a Loudoun County high school student last year should have been prevented, and the school district “bears the brunt of the blame,” a grand jury investigation concluded.
- “We believe that throughout this ordeal LCPS administrators were looking out for their own interests instead of the best interest of LCPS. This invariably led to a stunning lack of openness, transparency, and accountability,” the report said.
- The grand jury report claims LCPS Superintendent Scott Ziegler lied when he said he didn’t know of “any record of assaults occurring in our restrooms” during a June 2021 school board meeting, citing internal emails suggesting otherwise. The report said Stone Bridge High School’s principal also testified that Ziegler’s statement was “not true.”
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