Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) failed to report alleged sexual assaults in its district for years, The Daily Wire reported on Thursday.
Virginia law requires that districts log certain information documenting the presence of sexual assaults and other criminal activity at each school in the Virginia Department of Educations’ public database Safe Schools Information Resource (SSIR), but data suggests LCPS has repeatedly failed to report numerous sexual incidents including a recently publicized alleged rape.
Earlier this week, a Loudoun County father accused LCPS of covering up his daughter’s rape by a “gender-fluid” boy in a school bathroom. For months, Scott Smith, a small business owner in Virginia, became the “domestic terrorism” poster child for a leftist school board association after he was arrested on June 22 at a Loudoun County school board meeting for arguing with someone about the school board’s policy proposal to allow students to ignore their sex and use whichever locker room matches their “gender identity” on a given day.
Less than one month before the gathering that was eventually ruled an “unlawful assembly,” “a boy allegedly wearing a skirt entered a girls’ bathroom at nearby Stone Bridge High School, where he sexually assaulted Smith’s ninth-grade daughter.”