- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 16, 2015

SWAMPSCOTT, Mass. (AP) - The principal at Swampscott High School has resigned after being placed on leave for inappropriate use of school computers.

School Superintendent Pamela Angelakis notified parents Wednesday that Principal Edward Rozmiarek stepped down, effective immediately. He was placed on administrative leave last week after officials launched an investigation.

Angelakis has declined to say what inappropriate activities prompted the inquiry, but said in her letter Wednesday that none of the allegations involved Swampscott students or other district employees.

Rozmiarek was hired in 2013 and previously served as headmaster at Lowell High School. He resigned Tuesday, according to the district. He didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment. In her letter to parents, Angelakis says she can’t provide more information due to legal issues.

Swampscott is located about 15 miles north of Boston.



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