IOWA FALLS — A tennis coach who resigned after she was found to have brought wine to a tennis competition has had her coaching license suspended for two years.
Sarah Henle, a former tennis coach for the Iowa Falls Community School District, received her suspension last month, according to documents filed with the state Board of Educational Examiners.
According to the documents, a complaint was made in May about Henle, and an investigation determined she brought wine to a regional tennis competition being held at a high school in Waterloo. The high school was not named in the document.
Henle apparently had planned to consume the wine and then drive students home from the competition, according to the document, which doesn’t specify if Henle went through with her plan.
Henle resigned her position as tennis coach “as a result of this incident,” the document said.
Henle received a two-year coaching suspension and a written reprimand and must complete 15 classroom hours of “Ethics for Educators” by next October, according to the document.