Black Hills High School teacher and football coach Dominic Yarrington continues to be on paid leave.
“We have not concluded our investigation at this time,” said Tumwater School District superintendent Mike Kirby.
Yarrington, who teaches English and social studies, was scheduled to be on paid leave Monday through Wednesday. Officials won’t say why he’s under investigation; however it is taking longer than they had expected. The issue did not rise to the level where officials felt they needed to contact the police, district spokeswoman Kim Howard said on Monday.
Yarrington was hired in April after spending two seasons as head football coach of West Seattle High School. He had previous football coaching stints at Tyee, Lindbergh and White River high schools.
Under Yarrington's direction this fall, Black Hills went 4-5 overall and 2-3 in 2A Evergreen Conference play.