Louisville Pleasure Ridge Park High School is expected to have a new head football coach on the sideline next season.
Jefferson County Public Schools Superintendent Sheldon Berman tells the Courier-Journal that the school is in the process of replacing Jason Stinson as coach.
Stinson is under indictment in connection with the heat related death of sophomore player Max Gilpin last year.
Under district policy, Stinson was reassigned to a non-instructional job after he was charged in January with reckless homicide. He has pleaded not guilty. A trial date has not been set
The 15 year old player collapsed at an August practice and died several days later of heat stroke.