Investigation: Positive Culture, Despite Hazing Case

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An external investigation of a Maryland district's high schools prompted by the 2018 Damascus High School “brooming” incident shows a positive culture around sports and after-school activities.

As reported by The Sentinel serving Price George's and Montgomery counties in Maryland, Montgomery County Public Schools contracted an external supervision investigation as a result of its internal investigation of monitoring students during after school activities at Damascus High School, the day of the locker room incident, superintendent of schools Jack Smith has said.

Related: Locker Room Broomstick Scandal Rocks HS Program

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