BROOMFIELD, Colo. — Broomfield High School's football coach Blair Hubbard is on administrative leave while Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) conducts an investigation, the district said on Wednesday.
Broomfield Police (BPD) confirmed Thursday that they had conducted an investigation into Hubbard amid accusations of inappropriate behavior involving "several Broomfield High School students."
In a statement, BPD said, "Detectives conducted a thorough investigation and found Hubbard did not engage in any criminal behavior. No charges were filed and the case has since been closed."
Principal Ginger Ramsey informed families and staff in a letter Wednesday that football coach and physical education teacher Blair Hubbard had been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of a district investigation.
"I want everyone to know that we believe in conducting a thorough investigation and providing due process for those involved. As a result, we ask for your patience and understanding as this work continues," the letter reads.
The district letter does not share any details about the district's investigation. A district spokesperson said on Thursday that the investigation is ongoing.
Hubbard has worked for the school district for over six years. He has been on leave since Dec. 15, according to a district spokesperson.
Broomfield High School's football team won the Class 4A state championship in 2022.
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