Pinewood Prep releases statement about ReVille's employment

By Natalie

SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCIV) -- Wednesday Pinewood Prep released a statement following a request for information about Skip ReVille's employment with the school.

The 32-year-old man, who is accused of child molestation, worked as an English teacher at Pinewood Prep from 2002-2006, according to a statement from Pinewood Prep following his arrest.{}

Monday, The Citadel released all the documents related to the investigation of sexual allegations made by a former summer camper about ReVille, while he was a camp counselor in 2002.{}

In the investigative notes, it said "ReVille was let go of Pinewood Prep."

Tuesday, ABC News 4 reached out to Pinewood Prep officials for more details about his departure.

Wednesday, Chairman of the Board for Pinewood Preparatory School, Dr. James Mann said ReVille's annual contract was not renewed for the following year for classroom instructional reasons.

"While Mr. ReVille was employed at Pinewood, the school administration received no notice of any incidents of sexual impropriety on the part of Mr. ReVille," it stated.{}

Dr. Mann says the school will provide full cooperation with law enforcement for their investigation into ReVille.

"Our concern is for the children. Our hearts and prayers go out to the families of the victims who have been affected," he said.

So far, ReVille has been accused of molesting five teenage boys by Mt. Pleasant police. Last week, Hanahan Police officials said they expected to file about six charges. Summerville Police officials this week also said they expect to file charges against ReVille.

He currently remains at the Charleston County jail on a more than $1 million bond.