This decision came as a result after an Executive Session during Wednesday's Board Meeting.
Shreffler allegedly used profanity in the locker room.
He was shown much support from the community at the meeting.
One of Shreffler's former players, Jonathan Motichka, says, "I mean who hasn't sworn. I guarantee you can't walk down the street or down a hallway of a school and not see somebody swear.
And Quinn Oyler, CASHS' Point Guard, says, "You go into any sports locker room across the country and there's a little bit of cursing. It's just part of life and it doesn't bother anyone negatively and no one has a problem with it."
Kim Fore who is a parent of a former player disagrees and says, "There are instances of humiliation and put down for players and I feel that I'm the voice of those who fear public ridicule and repercussions."
Coach Shreffler says he was disappointed, but is thankful for those who attended Wednesday night's school board meeting.
Shreffler says he's, "Very appreciative of all the support that I've received, both here tonight and the past 48 hours, this past season, basically just a lot of people, words, e-mails, texts, tweets.
Many of those who shared their support for the coach they admire also admitted to swearing at some point in their lives.