The USD 320 Wamego Board of Education met early Thursday during a special meeting, which included four executive sessions, lasting up to an hour.
No action was taken afterward. The executive sessions were regarding non-elected personnel matters and were the first time the board has met since Wamego High students staged a walkout last Friday in support of girls basketball coach Brian McIntosh.
Superintendent Tim Winter hasn’t commented on the issue, citing non-elected personnel matters. However, when asked directly, the Manhattan Mercury reports he Winter confirmed McIntosh is still employed as the team’s coach and middle school athletic director.
The Wamego Times reported last week that McInstosh had been suspended indefinitely over unspecified complaints.