STAMFORD - A third administrator from Stamford High School is reportedly facing the possibility of being fired in connection with a teacher-student sex scandal.
The Stamford Advocate reports that Superintendent Winifred Hamilton made the announcement Friday about Assistant Principal Angela Thomas-Graves.
The school district put Thomas-Graves on paid leave back in December, but it wasn't known if it was related to the scandal involving former teacher Danielle Watkins and a student.
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Principal Donna Valentine and Assistant Principal Roth Nordin have both been on administrative leave after they were charged with failing to report the incident.
The Advocate reports that the administrators will be fired pending a vote from the Board of Education.