We write to provide you with an update regarding our continuing investigation of historical employee misconduct towards students. 
In January 2019, we shared key findings of our first such investigation. [To request a copy of that letter, please contact the Stevenson School communications office at communications@stevensonschool.org.] At that time, we also announced that we had directed our counsel, Fenton and Keller, to retain a second investigator in order to address matters that the first investigator had determined were beyond the scope of her investigation, and to consider any new allegations that might be received from survivors of or witnesses to historical misconduct following our January 2019 letter. 
Earlier this week, we mailed a letter to alumni, current parents, and former employees summarizing the findings of the second investigation. [Current parents with international addresses have been emailed to confirm their physical mailing addresses before we post their letters.] Dr. Kevin M. Hicks ’85 P ’29 emailed students in the upper division about the contents of the letter on Thursday and explained where to get a copy. 
Please note that the second investigator did not receive reports from or related to current Stevenson students, received no reports of sexual misconduct involving current Stevenson employees, and received no reports of sexual misconduct of any kind by Stevenson employees over the past thirty years. The section of the letter entitled “Protection for today’s students” describes initiatives and practices Stevenson has taken up over the past decade that help ensure our community is free from sexual and other behavioral misconduct. 
We take our partnership with you in this regard with the utmost seriousness. We invite you to read the letter thoroughly, to discuss it with your children, and to reach out to us with any questions you may have by contacting Dr. Hicks at president@stevensonschool.org.