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NATICK – Natick Superintendent of Schools Anna Nolin announced today, March 24, following an investigation, that William LaCouture is out as Natick hockey coach, and there is no scenario where he could be affiliated with Natick Public Schools.

A letter went out to parents of the hockey team and multiple copies were received by SOURCE media.

“Beginning Wednesday, January 11, 2023 we received multiple parental complaints involving Coach William LaCouture,” said Supt. Nolin.

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After a “complete and thorough investigation into the allegation it has been determined that there is no scenario where Coach LaCouture will be appointed in the future as the Head Coach of the Natick Hockey Team, nor any other athletic coach, volunteer or position affiliated with Natick Public Schools,” wrote the Natick Superintendent to hockey parents.

Cited a personnel matter, the Superintendent said no other information would be provided.

“I would ask that you share this information with your players, but ask for your discretion as public discussion or gossiping about this situation serves to create more possible conflicts and negative outcomes,” wrote Supt. Nolin in the letter.

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