That relationship included several occasions over the last year when there was unlawful sexual contact between the coach and the girl, who is a 16-year-old junior at the school, Johnson said.
He was booked on suspicion of multiple felony counts, including committing lewd and lascivious acts with a minor, Johnson said.“If this has been going on for a year, another student may know of this or have heard of it,” Johnson said.
For coaches in all sports except football, unlimited “non-school” contact may be used by coaches during the summertime provided, such non-school programs are not limited to students on the basis of school or team affiliation.
A March 13 trial date has been set for a former Waukegan High School assistant coach charged with inappropriate sexual contact with a student.
While the high school athletic program serves as an arena for the student-athlete to display his/her talent, student-athletes must in turn be willing to assume certain responsibilities.
In addition to the regular “Rules and Regulations” for students in Simsbury High School, participants are also governed by the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) policies. In order to be eligible for interscholastic athletics, students must be enrolled in five (5) units of course work. All student-athletes must complete the pay-to-participate process and pay a participation fee of 5.00 per sport per season.
Checks should be made payable to Simsbury High School.Unrestricted school football coaching contact must end on July 22 in order to meet the dead week rule.Football must follow the acclimatization plan if school resources are used.Former Mark Keppel High School girls’ basketball coach Joseph Alan Kikuchi was arrested Thursday and booked on allegations that he had a sexual relationship with a girl on the team he coached, Alhambra police said.A popular former Mark Keppel High School girls’ basketball coach was arrested Thursday and booked on allegations that he had a sexual relationship with a girl on the team he coached, police said.The public and non-public high schools of Oregon voluntarily agreed to form the Oregon School Activities Association for the following purposes: (a) to formulate and make policies to promote high ideals of citizenship, fair competition, sportsmanship and teamwork which will complement the member schools’ curriculum programs; (b) to foster uniformity to standards in interscholastic activity competition; (c) to organize, develop, direct and regulate an interscholastic activity program which is equitable and will guide and promote the health and physical welfare of all participants. All states in the United States and several of the Canadian provinces have organizations with a similar objective.