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Another sexual assault reported at Homestead High School

CREATED Apr 3, 2013

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MEQUON - Another sexual assault has been reported at the school where a girl was assaulted in 2011, and a young girl's father is outraged.

The man says his 14-year-old daughter was forced to have sex at school, and now there's sexual assault charges, expulsion, and a lot of worry about what's going on inside Homestead High.

“I believe other parents should know what's going on at Homestead High School,” the father said.

This father speaks out after learning his 14-year-old daughter had sex with another student at the high school.

Gregory Rounds is now charged with one count of sexual assault of a child under 16.

“It made me cry a little bit that something like that happened to my daughter at a school she was supposed to be learning,” the father said.

The criminal complaint says the teens left a basketball game back in January at Homestead High and went to a car where they had oral sex in the school's parking lot.

“She was peer pressured into having sex,” he said.

The criminal complaint says the girl said yes after the boy asked.

But her father said, “She can't consent to anything, she's just a kid.”

The girl’s father wants to know what the Mequon-Thienvsville School District is doing to prevent such acts from happening.

“Even if it was at a basketball game, she still should have been monitored because she wasn't in my care she was in homestead High School’s care,” he said.

The superintendent, Demond Means, said the january incident wasn't reported until early March. After an investigation, they expelled the boy, but the girl’s father feels the district has to accept responsibility too.

“I believe every parent would agree when you send your kids to school you want your kids protected you want them learning you don't want them having sex,” he said.

Two 18-year-old students from Homestead High School in the Mequon-Thiensville School District, Brent Anderson and DeAngelo Dantzler, were each sentenced to 30 days in jail for a sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl that happened Nov. 3, 2011, at school.

Anderson and Dantzler initially pleaded not guilty, but ended up entering pleas of No Contest to Physical Abuse of a Child, which had been amended from the charge of Sexual Assault of a Child.