Scott Ziegler: Fired Loudoun County school superintendent slammed over handling of rape in gender fluid loo

Warning: This article contains recollection of sexual assault that could be triggering to some readers. Discretion is advised.

LOUDOUN COUNTY, VIRGINIA: A grand jury's scathing findings into how the district handled two led to the school board's decision to dismiss the superintendent. In May 2021, a 15-year-old boy in a transgender-friendly restroom at Stone Bridge High School in Virginia. The teenager was found guilty of sexually assaulting a separate girl at a different school in October 2021 while donning a skirt at the time of the event.

The grand jury investigation proved lied when he claimed there were no records of the attacks. On Tuesday, December 6, 2022, a day after the report was released, the board unanimously decided to terminate Zeigler immediately after a closed two-and-a-half-hour session.


Wayde Byard, a spokesman for Loudoun School, confirmed Ziegler's termination but did not elaborate on the reasoning for the dismissal. The father of the girl who was sexually assaulted at Stone Bridge in a trans-friendly restroom also criticized the grand jury for declining to hold Loudoun County school authorities criminally liable for the event despite evidence that they misled parents.