Not sure what’s in Loudon County’s water, but whatever it is, it might be tainted. Apparently,their school system has been under tight radar for accountability, mostly. Thus, they can’t seem to catch a break in the news, lately. Accusations hurled left and right, while the school system seemed to be taking a laid back approach to the extremely serious complaints.
What Caused All The Commotion
It’s alreay hard trusting that other adults will treat your children kindly when you’re not around. Now we have to be concerned about curriculum. Thanks Loudon County! Last week, a Loudon County mother of a six year old little girl in the VA school system came forward about some disgusting comments her daughter came home and repeated.
“Mommy, was I born evil?, her daughter asked. Claiming her daughter told her that her teacher told her that in history class that day, mom was highly upset.
Sparking outrage among the other parents, the angry mother spoke out at the Loudon County school’s board meeting Tuesday. This weekend, the video of the meeting quickly went viral. Surveillance showed the northern Virginia mom relentlessly giving the school’s faculty a tongue lashing. After her daughter came home with the disturbing question, then the sexual assault allegations, she was moved to action.
“Now, you’ve covered up a rape, and arrested, humiliated, and falsely accused partents of being domestic terrorists”.
Standing her ground, she continued to speak. “You kept the schools closed for a year and a half, despite science confirming the safety of student’s return”.
Parents Are In An Uproar
Apparently, she wasn’t the only parent who held this sentiment. So much so that groups of parents stood in solidarity, protesting outside of the board meeting on Oct. 26.
The mom further explains the reasons for removing their daughter from the school in the board meeting.
“We had specifically moved them out of LCPS due to the swift and uncompromising political agenda of Superintendents Williams, Ziegler, and the school board had forced upon us. First, it was in the early spring of 2020. My six-year-old somberly came to me and asked if she was born evil because she was a white person. Something she learned in a history lesson at school,” the mother said at the board meeting.
Loudon County Has’nt Had A Good Rep
Since all the backlash and controversy over accusations that were seemingly dismissed in the sexual assault report, it seems the curriculum has taken a back seat. Thus, leading other parents to protest resignations from Superintendent Scott Ziegler and the entire school board due to the way they handled the sexual assault allegation.
An email from as far back as May 28 was submitted to Stone Bridge High School, earlier this month. The email was from Ziegler reporing the alleged sexual assault that took place in a girls’ bathroom. Thus, contrarily, at a June school board meeting, Ziegler declared that “the predator transgender student or person simply does not exist”. He went further, “We don’t have any record of assaults occurring in our restrooms.”
Currently, the family of the girl who was allegedly assaulted in the bathroom are suing the school.
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