McIntosh school admins still working after arrest

DARIEN, Ga. -- An emergency McIntosh County School Board meeting was held Thursday afternoon after three school officials were arrested.

A high school principal and two other school administrators were arrested Wednesday morning in relation to a child molestation case involving a former high school math teacher.

The school board heard a motion to suspend the three school administrators, but that motion failed to get a second which would have sent the matter to a vote. The three administrators are still on the job.

According to The Darien News, McIntosh County Academy Principal Terrance Haywood is facing a felony charge of providing false verbal and written statements to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and a misdemeanor charge of failure to report child abuse.

McIntosh County Schools Superintendent Tina Kirby is facing misdemeanor charges of failure to report suspected child abuse and obstruction or hindering a law enforcement officer. Assistant Superintendent of Facilities Larry Day is facing a misdemeanor charge of failure to report suspected child abuse.

The charges are in relation to the investigation involving former McIntosh County Academy math teacher Lori Carmichael Quigley. Investigators believe Quigley engaged in sex acts with several students over the last couple of years. She was arrested March 14.

The Darien News reports Kirby and Day are expected to turn themselves in to the McIntosh County Sheriff's Office. MCSO Major Danny Lowe said one of the two has turned themselves in.


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