Mike Halligan is a police officer who works at the middle school and is also a friend of Bo's family.
Halligan took the photo and then texted it to Paske to ease her concerns about how her son was doing in a new school.
One basketball coach demanded sexual favors in exchange for playing time.
A track coach spent all night in an abandoned house he owned and when confronted, justified it as an all-night counseling session.
Sometimes he tells her that he ate with a classmate, but mostly he eats by himself.“The public understands that children can be manipulated into ‘agreeing’ to behaviors that are inappropriate and even criminal because they are, relative to adults, powerless,” the document reads.“Whether the student-athlete is 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, or older, she or he is significantly less powerful than a head coach, assistant coach, athletics trainer, sport psychologist, athletics director, or other athletics department staff with supervisory control or authority over student-athletes.” The report states that inappropriate sexual relationships between coaches and players happen with some regularity, sometimes with tragic results.But the issues run deeper than that, argue authors Deborah L.Brake, a University of Pittsburgh law professor, and Mariah Burton Nelson, executive director for the American Association for Physical Activity and Recreation.The authors state that such relationships do not necessarily constitute sexual harassment because some of the relationships are consensual.