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Loudoun County Loses Again: Teacher Tanner Cross Keeps His Job and Receives a Favorable Settlement


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Loudoun County Loses Again: Teacher Tanner Cross Keeps His Job and Receives a Favorable Settlement​

By Jennifer Oliver O'Connell | Nov 18, 2021

On November 10, 2021, a settlement was reached in the case of Byron Tanner Cross vs. the Loudoun County School Board.

Back in late May, Leesburg Elementary School physical education teacher Byron “Tanner” Cross chose to take a stand and speak up against the Loudoun County School Board District’s Policy 8040, which dictated insertion of transgender policies and language rules into the educational setting.

For Cross’ objection to the policy and his statement that he would not adhere to it, Cross was promptly placed on leave, and then suspended by the Loudoun County School District. With the help of the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), Cross sued the school board, and the VA Circuit Court imposed an injunction that allowed Cross to be reinstated until December 31, 2021, while the ADF and the County hashed things out in court.

Cross’s suspension was one among the many misjudgments, mistakes, violations, and fraudulent behavior that the Loudoun County School Board has made. From two sexual assaults no doubt spawned from that very transgender policy, to the County’s cover up of said assaults, to the father of the first girl assaulted being targeted, maligned, and arrested, to the board implementing more invasive policies and curriculum surrounding sex and gender, the RedState team has documented the lot of them. And no doubt, there will be more to come.

The Loudoun County School District chose to cut one of their considerable losses, and the School Board came to a settlement with Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) and Cross.

Fox News reports: