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USD 115 board suspends coach

(KMZA)--An assistant football coach at Nemaha Central High School has been suspended without pay for seven days.

Following a 50-minute executive session during a special meeting Monday evening,  the USD 115 Board of Education approved a resolution to suspend Jason Hajek from his football supplemental contract.

Hajek was suspended without pay from August 20 to August 26.

The resolution cities his arrest by Seneca Police on August 11 for allegedly driving under the influence.

It doesn't affect his employment as a physical education teacher at the school.

Hajek has served as a teacher with USD 115 since 2012.

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