Two Lexington School Administrators Resign

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Updated: 10/02/2012 6:44 am

Two administrators from Cardinal Valley Elementary have resigned following an investigation into misconduct allegations.

According to the Lexington Herald Leader, school officials confirmed Monday that school principal, Ivonne Beegle, and academic dean, Suzanne Ray, resigned on Friday.

The two were put on paid leave last month. School officials said both were being investigated on charges of misconduct.

School officials have not released what the allegations are about, but they maintain that they have nothing to do with students, testing or money.

A letter will be sent home to parents today explaining the change in the school’s administration.

It has not been announced who will fill those positions.

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