(Worthy News) – Students in Loudoun County School District in Virginia walked out of class Tuesday in response to recent sexual assault allegations that took place on two high school campuses.
On Monday, a Loudoun County judge found that a 15-year-old male student was guilty of sexually assaulting a female student inside the girls’ bathroom at Stone Bridge High School, back on May 28. [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]
Loudoun parents gather for potentially explosive school board meeting after alleged assault revelations
Parents in Loudoun County are gearing up for a potentially explosive school board meeting on Tuesday, a week after a bombshell email showed that Superintendent Scott Ziegler had notified the school board about an alleged sexual assault in a girls’ restroom about a month before he publicly declared that he had no record of bathroom assaults. Tuesday also marks the first school board meeting since Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin called for the resignations of Ziegler and the school board.
The email “simply confirms what we know, which is we had administrators at a school board who have been covering this up,” Youngkin told Fox News on Saturday. “I mean, they tried to hide it from parents, they’ve hidden it from the public, and they actually endangered students by moving this young man – who in fact was being prosecuted for a sexual assault in another school – and enabled it to happen again.”
He referenced allegations that Ziegler and the school board covered up, while the board was considering a controversial transgender rule, the report that a male student in a skirt allegedly assaulted a female student in a girls’ bathroom. Prosecutors confirmed that the same young man who stands accused in that May incident also stands accused of sexual assault in an October incident in another school. [ Source: Fox News (Read More…) ]