Lack of Locker Room Supervision Costs District $3.25M

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Coaching involves more than overseeing what happens on the field, court or ice. Coaches also need to control the locker room. This is especially true at the high school and college levels, where athletes hazing new members of the team may be common practice in some sports and at certain schools. When coaches do not supervise the locker room, they open themselves and their schools to the actions of immature or malicious individuals. A good example of what happens when coaches fail to supervise athletes in the locker room is Nicholas B. v. River Delta Joint Unified School District, Case No. 34-2017-00213972.

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