Lake Travis ISD reinstates coach previously accused of inappropriate conduct
UPDATE Thursday, Oct.5: Lake Travis ISD officials say a softball coach who had been placed on paid administrative leave last month after being accused of inappropriate conduct has been reinstated.
William "Billy" Coleman was placed on leave effective Thursday, September 28. District officials say the decision to reinstate him was made after an investigation into his actions was conducted.
Full statement from the district below:
As you may already know, on Thursday, September 28, 2017, Lake Travis High School softball head coach Billy Coleman was placed on paid administrative leave.
After concluding an investigation, district officials have reinstated Mr. Coleman to his full duties and responsibilities as a district employee, effective Tuesday, October 10.
As a reminder, it is the policy of the Lake Travis Independent School District not to disclose or discuss any information pertaining to personnel matters.
A softball coach at Lake Travis High School has been placed on paid administrative leave after being accused of inappropriate conduct.
Lake Travis ISD says William "Billy" Coleman was placed on leave effective Thursday, September 28.
The district says Coleman began working at the school in August as the head softball coach. Previously, Coleman was the head softball coach and freshman head football coach at Randall High School in Amarillo.
Lake Travis says the investigation is ongoing, and no further details were immediately available.