Parkway principal reprimanded following pregame debacle with Live Oak coach
KTBS 3 News has learned that the penalties have been handed down following a lawsuit filed by a Live Oak football coach who was detained at a Bossier Parish School.
In the lawsuit, the coach claimed he suffered injuries to his arms, including bleeding, cuts, bruising and numbness, when he was cuffed.
Parkway's principal said the coach violated a pre-approved pregame schedule for his team to leave the field when Parkway's band was set to play.
Penalties have been handed down against Dr. Nicole Bourgeois, principal of Parkway High School.
In 2013, the high school cannot host any playoff games.
Bourgeois must also revise her itinerary that she usually goes by and has been placed on probation by the Louisiana High School Athletic Association.
The school will be responsible for paying for the cost of today's hearing in Baton Rouge.
The Parkway football team has also been placed on probation for the 2013 school year.
There are plans to appeal Thursday's decision.
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