Central High School of Corinth girls basketball coach Diane Rollins, who was placed on paid administrative leave last Friday afternoon for an undisclosed reason, has been reinstated.
“It is effective today,” said RSU/MSAD 64 Superintendent of Schools Rhonda Sperry on Thursday morning.
“Any concerns that were raised have been addressed. We will be moving forward,” said Sperry, who wouldn’t elaborate further about the situation.
Rollins had said earlier in the week that she had hoped to return to coach the team this season.
Junior varsity coach Sue Allen took over for Rollins on an interim basis and guided the Red Devils to a 2-1 record.
The Red Devils beat Washington Academy of East Machias 47-41 and Old Town 68-21 before losing at Dexter 48-40 on Wednesday.
Central is 11-5 and in seventh place in the Class B North Heal Points standings.
The Red Devils will visit Caribou for a Saturday matinee at 1:30 before winding up the regular season on Feb. 8 when they host Foxcroft Academy of Dover-Foxcroft.
Rollins, who is a secretary at Central High School, led the Red Devils to the Class C basketball state championship in 2012.
Rollins has been the basketball coach at Central for several years and just recently stepped down as the field hockey coach.
Central won back-to-back state Class C field hockey championships in 2005 and 2006.