Pingry Survivors' News

30 March 2016 - 13:29, by , in Pingry Survivors' News, No comments
Article from CBSNews.com BASKING RIDGE, N.J.– A New Jersey prep school says it’s investigating claims from alumni that students were sexually abused by a former school employee in the 1970s. The Pingry School in Basking Ridge said in an email Monday to all alumni and students that it recently learned that a few students claimed...
30 March 2016 - 13:28, by , in Pingry Survivors' News, No comments
Article from New Jersey 101.5 BERNARDS — A private school in Somerset County is investigating allegations of sexual abuse by an employee in the 1970s. According to a letter sent to current students and families of the Pingry School in Basking Ridge and their families, alumni and trustees, the school recently became aware that several...
30 March 2016 - 13:10, by , in Pingry Survivors' News, No comments
Article from NBCNews.com The Pingry School said “a few alumni shared” that students had been sexually abused by Thad Alton. “We are taking this matter very seriously,” the school said in a statement Tuesday. “We contacted law enforcement, informed them of the allegations and are committed to assisting them in any investigation.” The school said...
29 March 2016 - 13:19, by , in Pingry Survivors' News, No comments
Article from MyCentralJersey.com Thad Alton taught at Short Hills Country Day and Pingry from 1972 to 1978 BERNARDS – The Pingry School has launched an investigation into reports that students were sexually abused by a teacher in the 1970s. The private school sent a letter to all alumni on Monday stating that it had learned...
28 March 2016 - 23:15, by , in Pingry Survivors' News, No comments
This week, the elite private Pingry School – with campuses in Basking Ridge and Short Hills, New Jersey — issued an open letter to Pingry alumni acknowledging the sexual abuse of minor students during the late 1970s by then-teacher Thad (“Ted”) Alton.  School administrators told alumni they “recently learned from a few of our alumni...
28 March 2016 - 9:43, by , in Pingry Survivors' News, No comments
Open Letter to Pingry Alumni

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