Unclear when Greenon girl’s soccer coach will return from leave after alleged ’unprofessional conduct’

It’s unclear when Greenon’s varsity girls soccer coach will return to work after being placed on leave for “unprofessional conduct.”

Jamie Minteer Wiggins was placed on administrative leave Aug. 27 after reports she “engaged in unprofessional conduct involving parents of student-athletes on the Greenon High School women’s soccer team on school property following the end of the game on Aug. 26,” district communications coordinator Megan Anthony said in a statement.

“(Wiggins’) paid administrative leave will be through at least 11:59 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 1, in order to allow for completion of an internal investigation of these matters,” Anthony said.

Anthony said on Tuesday afternoon that based on the district’s investigation, Wiggins’ leave “will either be extended or a determination will be made.”

“No decisions have been made at this time,” Anthony said Tuesday afternoon.

Wiggins is the Greenon High School’s varsity girls head soccer coach, according to the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s coach directory.

In January, she was inducted in the Greenon Athletics Hall of Fame, according to Greenon’s website. She graduated from Greenon High School in 1998.

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