The Post has received unconfirmed information from sources that the principal at Dundalk High School was removed from that position sometime on Wednesday May 10. The Post interviewed witnesses who stated that they observed county officials gathered at the principal’s office, and when an adult inquired as to what was going on, they were told the principal was “fired.”
In an effort to follow up on this unconfirmed information, the Post made two phone calls to BCPS officials. One call resulted in a response that someone would get back to us.
For the second call, the Post asked to speak to the principal directly, but we were told that the principal was unavailable to speak and that we would have to leave a message. When asked if the principal would be back anytime soon, the person on the phone stated that the principal was “on long-term leave.”
Out of courtesy to our readers, we are not naming the principal until all of the details can be confirmed.
Just recently the Post covered an ongoing incident in that area involving high school and middle school juveniles that culminated into violence.
(Up next: Part II of the blood shed and the trigger pullers in Baltimore City)