According to a report in the New Haven Independent, the suspensions handed down by New Haven Superintendent Reginald Mayo will not keep Hillhouse coach Tom Dyer from missing any games as head coach.
An investigation found that Dyer and four others attempted to mislead the NCAA and/or others by tampering with grades and course descriptions.
Dyer, part-time administrator Ed Scarpa, Hillhouse assistant principal Ed Nguyen and Riverside school principal Wanda Gibbs, each met with Mayo and given two-day, unpaid suspensions from their jobs.
Hillhouse principal Kermit Carolina, who maintains he’s innocent of the charges, will not learn his fate until he meets with Mayo, the New Haven Indy reported.
Update: Carolina was given a three-day suspension Wednesday, according to New Haven Indy.
Dyer’s suspension will be served Monday and Tuesday.
Dyer has been the Hillhouse coach since 2007. He won a state championship in 2010.
Update: CIAC media director Joel Cookson said the CIAC’s position on these matters is that if any CIAC violations took place, it’s up to the school district to report it.