ROCK SPRINGS — Rock Springs High School head football coach Theodore Holmstrom has been placed on leave from his coaching and teaching duties pending the results of an investigation conducted by the school district.
Sweetwater County School District No. 1 reported on its Facebook page that since this is an active investigation involving personnel matters, the district will not go into any further detail.
“We understand that people will naturally have questions about this, but we must ask everyone to understand that confidentiality in these matters is critical,” said Rock Springs High Principal Glen Suppes. “We’re focused now on conducting an investigation that’s as thorough as possible while also being fair to everyone involved. We’ll share more information about this as we are able.”The school and school district have no further comment at this time.
Holmstrom leaves after coaching two games for Rock Springs, going 1-1.
Levi Stephens, defensive coordinator and assistant coach and teacher for the past decade at Rock Springs High School, will be the interim head coach.
The Tigers are set to take on Campbell County at 6 pm tonight at home.