Harrison superintendent wants to revisit school policy following Bridgeport coach arrest


BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. — The superintendent of Harrison County Schools says he wants to revisit the school system’s policy on student-teacher relationships following the arrest of Bridgeport High School head football coach Josh Nicewarner.

“I don’t feel comfortable with some of our teachers friending on Facebook, texting and all of the other things that are available through technology today. I just think it opens up that door,” Superintendent Mark Manchin said on MetroNews “Talkline.”

Nicewarner, 34, is facing two felony charges in connection with attempting to seduce a minor via a computer.

According to investigators, Nicewarner knew a 14 year old victim who he’s accused of having an inappropriate relationship with from May-July.

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