The former head coach of Roosevelt High School's football team, who resigned abruptly in August, was investigated twice, including for allegedly sending lewd text messages and talking inappropriately about sex with at least one colleague, according to documents and interviews with Portland Public Schools officials.

Roosevelt principal Filip Hristic, who conducted the first investigation, tells WW that Adam Kennybrew was given a letter of reprimand in June for "unprofessional and unacceptable behavior."

Hristic declined to discuss specific allegations. Kennybrew continues to work half-time for Roosevelt and half-time for the district's central athletic department.

The second investigation concluded last week with no additional discipline for Kennybrew.

When contacted by WW, Kennybrew denied he had sexually harassed colleagues.