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New York NY Nov 18 2012 Leon M. Goldstein High School for the Sciences grabbed headlines last month for a scandalous relationship between an administrator and a female student.
Now, a school security guard has been fired for having sex with a student.
William Pagan, 35, a guard at Kingsborough Community College, which shares its campus with Goldstein High, told investigators he had sex with a Goldstein student at his apartment near the school in May. He was fired the same month.
School officials learned of Pagan’s pervy ways after the student’s mother called Goldstein in May and said her daughter had “run away” to Pagan’s house, where she had sex with him.
The student, who is not a minor, told investigators her relationship with Pagan began in January when he approached her at school and said she was “pretty” and “complimented her clothes.”
In March, the mother intercepted a Facebook message from Pagan stating, “hey babe im home.” Using her daughter’s account, the mom responded, “if i find ur dealing with my daughter there will be big issues.”
But the warning went unheeded. Two months later, the student ran away to stay at his apartment, where she had sex with him twice, Pagan told investigators.
He was fired on May 22, just days after the girl’s mother called Goldstein and Kingsborough to complain. He could not be reached for comment.
Meanwhile, Goldstein assistant principal Christian Del Re, 32, is on the brink of being fired for having “inappropriate contact” with a student, after investigators found he swapped a whopping 2,919 text messages with her over 91 days.
Del Re has denied any wrongdoing.
Brooklyn’s James Madison High School earned the “horndog high” moniker after two teachers were caught in an alleged lesbian love-making session in a darkened classroom in 2009. Another female teacher was accused of seducing a male student.
Investigators on Friday also said Thomas Gibbons, 58, a teacher at John F. Kennedy High Schoolin the Bronx, had a “sexual relationship” with a student in 2012, after the girl left the school. Gibbons retired in 2012 and is ineligible for employment in city schools. With Rachel Monahan