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Principal Dana Simmons and PE Teacher Dylan Charles Fired After Allegedly Having Sex At Elementary School, Charles Wife, Kelsey Reportedly Filmed Encounters

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A Georgia Principal and gym teacher got fired after a third-party party investigation requested by Banks County Superintendent Dr. Ann Hopkins confirmed that the two engaged in sexual activities on school property, Fox News reports.

The Banks County Board of Education released a six-page report about Dylan Charles, Banks County Elementary School PE Teacher, and Principal Dana Simmons’ sexual relationship on and off school grounds.

Principal Simmons initially denied that any sexual misconduct had occurred on school property, but the evidence from the investigation revealed she was lying.

When Dylan Charles got questioned by top district officials, he admitted that they had been sleeping with each other for several years and showed them proof.

Charles provided the district officials with images of the two kissings and showed them other photos of Simmons performing oral sex on him in a vehicle. He showed them another picture of an unidentified woman naked in a restroom adjacent to Simmons’ office at the elementary school. The PE teacher allegedly shared a video of him and Simmons having sex.

Weirdly, Charles’ wife, Kelsey, who also teaches at the elementary school, would occasionally arrange and film the sex acts between Simmons and her husband, according to The Daily Beast. She claims Simmons “pressured her to allow her to have sex with her husband” to help the married couple advance in their careers.

A former attendance clerk told investigators that Principal Simmons approached her about joining a “group of swingers,” which she declined. Shortly after, the attendance clerk resigned from her position. Another teacher had allegedly left the school district for similar reasons, noting that the principal’s behavior was “unprofessional.”

Principal Dana Simmons, Dylan Charles, and his wife all got relieved of their duties. Simmons served as a principal for three years but spent twenty years in the school district. Charles spent seven years teaching at Banks County Elementary School.

Superintendent Dr. Hopkins released a statement to Channel 2 that confirmed Simmons and Charles’ dismissal:

Any issues concerning unethical conduct are thoroughly investigated, addressed accordingly, and reported to the Professional Standards Commission as necessary.

Upon receiving allegations involving the matter at hand, the District immediately hired independent investigators to conduct an investigation and provide a report of findings. The investigative report in question was reviewed by law enforcement for evidence of criminal activity and none was found. The educators involved are no longer teaching Banks County students.

The safety and wellbeing of our students is always our first priority. The investigation into this event did not yield any indication that student safety or security was compromised.

— Dr. Ann Hopkins, Banks County Superintendent

Following their dismissal, the Banks County Board of Education promoted Dr. Perry to principal and named former lead instructional teacher Amanda Grier Assistant Principal.

Dr. Dana Simmons, Dylan, and Kelsey Charles have not got charged with any crimes for engaging in sexual activity on school grounds.


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2 comments

Steve February 9, 2023 - 2:16 PM

They wilding

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Justin February 9, 2023 - 9:30 AM

As a white person, I truly don’t understand what’s wrong with our race. We do the most outrageous shit.

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