High School Scoop – Saturday May 27, 2017

Saturday May 27, 2017


Westview High School (Portland, OR): Westview has a football coaching position open with two openings in Health and PE. Program finished in top 10 last year. Looking for someone who eventually wants to be an Offensive Coordinator long term. The teaching job closes soon on May 31st. If interested please apply at https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/depts/hr/applicants/Pages/Openings.aspx

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Arroyo High School (San Lorenzo, California): Arroyo is hiring a LOCAL Junior Varsity Head Football Coach for its new coaching staff in the San Francisco East Bay. Teaching positions are NOT available. This is Great Opportunity for a quality coach wanting to have fun, learn and teach in the super-spread A-11 system operating in traditional jersey-numbering rules. A seasonal $2,000 Coaching Stipend Will be paid. Arroyo has over 1,800 students, a new football stadium, and the facilities are expansive. If you believe you would be an excellent JV Head Football Coach, please send your cover letter and resume to: [email protected]

Miller County High School (Colquitt, GA): Miller County is looking for assistant Varsity football coach.  We are a small class A school located in rural southwest Georgia. We were 9-3 last year and advanced to the second round of the state playoffs. Teaching positions available at this time are MS &/or HS Social Studies, and HS science. If interested email resume to Coach Miller at [email protected] or call 678-386-7740.

Miami Northwestern High School (FL): Miami Northwestern is looking for a game on either 8/26/17 or 8/27/17. The game can be scheduled for a one game contract or a home and home series. We are willing to travel. Please contact Coach Max Edwards at 305-609-6037 or Athletic Director Andre Williams at 305-414-9900 to schedule.

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