Federalist: A recently uncovered May 28 email confirms the superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools, Scott Ziegler, knew about sexual assault incidents at Stone Bridge High School despite saying the opposite in a later school board meeting, reports local outlet WTOP.
Virginia dad Scott Smith was notified on May 28 that his 15-year-old daughter had been allegedly assaulted in a girls’ restroom, he says by a “gender-fluid” male masquerading as a female. He says school officials told him the issue was being handled in-house. The existence of the incident was not made public until October, when it was reported that the perpetrator groped a different girl at Broad Run High School, where he had been transferred after the first alleged assault.
During a meeting in June, Smith confronted the Loudoun County School Board about its proposed policy to allow students to use the opposite sex’s bathrooms. He was arrested for protesting the policy and the National School Boards Association labeled him a domestic terrorist for questioning the board about his ninth-grade daughter’s alleged assault in a bathroom by a gender-dysphoric male. more