Lexington Two makes statement after firing of Airport HS administrator
WEST COLUMBIA, SC -- Lexington School District Two has released a statement after it was revealed that law enforcement was investigating an former administrator at Airport High School. That employee was terminated last night by the school board.
In Their statement, the district said, "As has been reported, on the evening of February 12, 2018, the Lexington School District Two Board of Trustees voted to terminate the employment of a district assistant principal.
The assistant principal, Dawn Diimmler of Airport High School, had been employed with the district since 2012.
Ms. Diimmler was terminated following the district’s investigation into allegations that she might be involved in an unprofessional relationship with a student. During that investigation, the district became aware of facts indicating the possibility of criminal activity. In response, the district notified law enforcement that same day, January 30, 2018, of those facts and has continued to cooperate with law enforcement during its investigation.
As always, the safety and security of our students is the district’s paramount concern."