Scott Ziegler and Wayde Byard were indicted in the fallout from a grand jury investigation. The former superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools lost his job last week. He is facing misdemeanor counts of using his position to retaliate or threaten to retaliate against an employee. Loudoun County schools superintendent Kevin Byard has been placed on administrative leave. The school district issued a news release announcing the move in accordance with school policy and law. Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s office did not respond to a request for comment on the superintendent’s sacking.
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