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Posted at 4:08 PM ET, 11/ 1/2010

Va. school head resigns, police investigate

By Washington Post editors

The Head of School of Alexandria Country Day School has resigned, and the Alexandria Police Department has opened an investigation based on information provided by school officials.

In an email sent to parents Monday afternoon, David Ayres, president of the school’s board of trustees, wrote that the board “asked for and received Exie Harvey’s resignation.” Alexandria Police Department spokeswoman Ashley Hildebrandt wouldn’t discuss the nature of the accusation, which school officials communicated to the department within the last 24 hours. “No criminal actions or charges have been established or confirmed,” she said.

Alexandria Country Day is a K-8 private school with 228 students. It prides itself on small class sizes and charges over $20,000 in annual tuition.

-- Kevin Sieff

By Washington Post editors  | November 1, 2010; 4:08 PM ET
Categories:  Education  
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