Dominion principal goes on leave after allegations against former teacher go public
On Dec. 2, the Times-Mirror published a story detailing allegations about Brian Damron, a former Dominion band director who is accused of having sexual relationships with former students at the school. Damron recently resigned from a position in a Jacksonville, Fla. school after an internal investigative report substantiated claims he made sexual advances toward a student.
Loudoun County Public School Officials would not disclose the reason for Brewer’s leave this week.
“Dr. Brewer is on leave,” said Wayde Byard, LCPS public information officer. “We shared this with the community on Saturday night. Bill Raye, a former LCPS principal, is serving as acting principal in Dr. Brewer’s absence.”
Brewer was named LCPS' principal of the year in 2010.
The following email was sent to the parents of Dominion students this week:
Hello Dominion Community,
This message is to introduce you to Bill Raye, who will be serving as acting principal beginning Monday, December 5, while Dr. Brewer is on leave.
Mr. Raye is a veteran Loudoun County principal who worked in the Dominion Community, and he knows many of the students and families in the area.
Please join us in welcoming Mr. Raye into the Titan Community.
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