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7 minutes ago, Coach Nowlin said:

Does it matter? 

Yes actually it does.

Maybe coach was able to gain a promotion within the school and congratulation was in order.  

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31 minutes ago, Coach Nowlin said:

Does it matter? 

I think the majority of people on the board are interested in if he got a new coaching job, prompted within the school system, or is stepping away from the game in general.  Of course some people love the drama crap too. Still a valid question if someone knows what is public information, as in a news article.

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13 minutes ago, wink58 said:

.  Of course some people love the drama crap too. 

That is why its not my place to say one way or another and no one else place to add conjecture to it.   

I know he told his team he resigned today.   That is what is reported.  I know Coach Street is a great guy and I am sure his reasons were for the best for him.  

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1 hour ago, Coach Nowlin said:

That is why its not my place to say one way or another and no one else place to add conjecture to it.   

I know he told his team he resigned today.   That is what is reported.  I know Coach Street is a great guy and I am sure his reasons were for the best for him.  

My son missed the meeting due to band commitments playing at the Elementary School for the youngster's who might want to join band, so I don't know what reasons he gave. Nor would I divulge on here if I knew. I'm sure a statement will be forthcoming.

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I have enjoyed all my experiences with HH folks over the years dating way back when Stirn and Simmons ran the Husky Shootout passing tournament in mid 2000's.    

Good Looking job in my eyes.  

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39 minutes ago, Coach Nowlin said:

I have enjoyed all my experiences with HH folks over the years dating way back when Stirn and Simmons ran the Husky Shootout passing tournament in mid 2000's.    

Good Looking job in my eyes.  

Got your application in?

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cannot beat my day job brotha!!!

That coupled with a Mrs. Coach Nowlin who will not in any circumstances be moving from lovely, Crown Point, IN.   :17_v:

Plus, I do not know if the HH peeps would be prepared to watch the ball thrown in the air by my QB about 5 times a game, if that  :20_v:

#NoNeedForWR

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What exactly is the job description for 'Dean of Students?"  I remember a "Dean Wormer", but that was a college job.  When did that become a high school job?   

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7 hours ago, Coach Ellenwood said:

Is he related to Mike?

Son

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13 hours ago, DrivenT said:

What exactly is the job description for 'Dean of Students?"  I remember a "Dean Wormer", but that was a college job.  When did that become a high school job?   

Many times schools will hired a 3rd administrator calling them a DEAN:   They help take the load of Attendance and daily hand book violations, and discipline issues that arise throughout the day.   For some bigger schools it is a lot to ask for your assistant principal to be in charge of Attendance, Discipline, all while keeping up with all the other aspects of evaluations and duties of an AP.   Though its preferred, I do not think you have to have an admin license to be a dean, but most do require, rightfully so.   

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Our school had 2200 students.  1 Principal and 2 APs

Basically the same.  I thought the "Dean" title might be reserved for ex jock coaches who have a low level Phys Ed or other type Education Degree.  :07_v:

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9 minutes ago, DrivenT said:

Our school had 2200 students.  1 Principal and 2 APs

Basically the same.  I thought the "Dean" title might be reserved for ex jock coaches who have a low level Phys Ed or other type Education Degree.  :07_v:

Ya us PE teachers just aint capable :14_v:

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5 minutes ago, Von2Rov said:

Ya us PE teachers just aint capable :14_v:

Im sure you are plenty capable.  The market just doesn't place much of a value on your degree.  It is what it is.  

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7 hours ago, Gonzoron said:

Son

Hamilton Heights' first game next year is against Mt. Vernon. 

Father and son making their debuts at their respective schools against each other. 

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35 minutes ago, DrivenT said:

Im sure you are plenty capable.  The market just doesn't place much of a value on your degree.  It is what it is.  

That's better.  Stay classy DT:02_v:

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7 minutes ago, Von2Rov said:

That's better.  Stay classy DT:02_v:

 

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2 hours ago, Coach Nowlin said:

Many times schools will hired a 3rd administrator calling them a DEAN:   They help take the load of Attendance and daily hand book violations, and discipline issues that arise throughout the day.   For some bigger schools it is a lot to ask for your assistant principal to be in charge of Attendance, Discipline, all while keeping up with all the other aspects of evaluations and duties of an AP.   Though its preferred, I do not think you have to have an admin license to be a dean, but most do require, rightfully so.   

One more caveat...most deans are on a teacher type contract which allows them to coach.  

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16 minutes ago, Coach Ellenwood said:

One more caveat...most deans are on a teacher type contract which allows them to coach.  

Our coach teaches U.S. History. The head coach when I was a Freshman, Ted Huber, taught World History. My U.S. History teacher was the Hamilton County Democratic Chairman.

http://www.indiana-football.org/?q=node/394

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