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January 11, 2013

Report outlines sex abuse charges

Beverly: 11 former students at Landmark School have made allegations


The report also notes that the school has “not received any allegations of sexual abuse against any current Landmark employee.”

The trustees said they have contacted the Essex County district attorney and other authorities about the allegations.

Landmark Headmaster Robert Broudo, who has headed the school for the past 22 years, wrote a letter to the school community which was posted yesterday on the website. In the letter, Broudo said he has worked hard to “create a healthy and safe environment for each and every student and staff member at the school ...

“From this personal place of deep care and concern, I offer my apology to anyone who was harmed by a member of our school community ...” he stated.

Landmark urged anyone with information to contact the school in this continuing investigation.

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