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 Post subject: Re: State-Wide Coaching Opportunities [2017-2018]
PostPosted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 2:56 pm 

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Location: Conowingo, MD
J, I checked this with George Rash and he said that what you quoted below does not apply in Cecil County because it is controlled by union rules and I guess Cecil County is different than Harford County. So I guess I am doomed to be an emergency coach forever! Happy First Day of practice everybody!

Steve

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coach casey wrote:
I believe that a few years ago, an emergency coach can take certain classes to become a permanent coach. They did this to eliminate the problem of being bounced around or removed from a program. This may be a county based decision though.


That is correct. Any public-school coach that is not also a teacher is actually required to take the Care & Prevention course, plus two free NFHS content specific courses and the paid Fundamentals of Coaching & sport-specific courses in order to have the "emergency" status dropped and attain state association coaching credentials prior to their fourth year coaching.

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 Post subject: Re: State-Wide Coaching Opportunities [2017-2018]
PostPosted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 2:59 pm 

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Steve Bird wrote:
J, I checked this with George Rash and he said that what you quoted below does not apply in Cecil County because it is controlled by union rules and I guess Cecil County is different than Harford County. So I guess I am doomed to be an emergency coach forever! Happy First Day of practice everybody!

Steve

J. Burrell wrote:
coach casey wrote:
I believe that a few years ago, an emergency coach can take certain classes to become a permanent coach. They did this to eliminate the problem of being bounced around or removed from a program. This may be a county based decision though.


That is correct. Any public-school coach that is not also a teacher is actually required to take the Care & Prevention course, plus two free NFHS content specific courses and the paid Fundamentals of Coaching & sport-specific courses in order to have the "emergency" status dropped and attain state association coaching credentials prior to their fourth year coaching.


Odd, considering it's posted right on the CCPS website.
https://www.ccps.org/Page/204

Also, the credentialed coach certification is mandated by both the state and the NFHS.

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 Post subject: Re: State-Wide Coaching Opportunities [2017-2018]
PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 7:23 am 

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I see that, but you are still considered an emergency coach and can be bumped by any teacher who decides they want to coach.

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 Post subject: Re: State-Wide Coaching Opportunities [2017-2018]
PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 8:49 am 

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I was told by my AD that there is no such rule. That a "emergency coach" gets bumped if a in school teacher wants the job. I never looked it up just going off what he said


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 Post subject: Re: State-Wide Coaching Opportunities [2017-2018]
PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 9:42 am 

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Hope this helps and additional information can be found on this link: https://www.aacps.org/cms/lib/MD0221555 ... ndbook.pdf

C. MPSSAA Coaching Eligibility
a. Member MPSSAA schools shall employ as coaches:
1. Teachers or certificated professional educator employees of the local BOE for a specific
coaching assignment.
2. Persons certifiable as a professional educator by the State Department of Education
according to 13A.12.01.
b. Credentialed Coaches who meet the following requirements:
1. Is eligible to hold a Maryland certificate under COMAR 13A.12.01.04;
2. Possesses a MPSSAA/MSDE Coach Certification;
3. Has completed two years of successful coaching as an emergency coach; and
4. Has spent the previous one year as a successful emergency coach at the school of hire
in the position of hire.
c. If no acceptable and qualified coaches are available from the teachers or certifiable
professional educators employed by the local BOE, temporary emergency coaches may be
employed if the following procedures are followed:
1. The person shall be officially appointed by the local superintendent of schools on a
one-season basis for a specific coaching assignment;
2. The coaching salary of the appointed coach shall be paid exclusively by the local
school system;
3. An emergency coach is required to possess an MPSSAA/MSDE coach certification prior
to the start of his or her fourth year as an emergency coach;
4. In sports having more than one coach, emergency coaches may not comprise more
than 50 percent of that sport staff;
5. The emergency coach shall be at least 21 years old and possess a high school diploma.

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 Post subject: Re: State-Wide Coaching Opportunities [2017-2018]
PostPosted: Thu Dec 07, 2017 12:25 am 

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J. Burrell wrote:
I know that we have a separate forum for this... but honestly, not many of you all I believe scroll down to the very bottom of the Forum Index to check it frequently, so I'm posting it here...

Our student-athletes at these schools NEED your leadership. If I have contact info for their school I will list it next to the school. If I hear of a position being filled, I'll change the color to RED.

High School Coaching Opportunities (in Alphabetical Order):

Aberdeen HS (Aberdeen, MD) - NEEDS: FILLED

Baltimore City College HS (Baltimore, MD) - NEEDS: Varsity Head Coach
Contact: Rolynda Contee (AD - RAContee@bcps.k12.md.us)

Carver A&T HS (Towson, MD) - NEEDS: Varsity Assistant Coach
Contact:

Catoctin HS (Thurmont, MD) - FILLED

Dulaney HS (Timonium, MD) - FILLED

Dundalk HS (Dundalk, MD) - NEEDS: FILLED

Edgewood HS (Edgewood, MD) - NEEDS: FILLED

Eleanor Roosevelt HS (Greenbelt, MD) - FILLED

Good Counsel HS (Olney, MD) - FILLED

Governor Thomas Johnson HS (Frederick, MD) - NEEDS: Varsity Head Coach
Contact: Michael Chavez (AD - michael.chavez@fcps.org)

High Point HS (Beltsville, MD) - NEEDS: Varsity Head Coach
Contact: Shirley Diggs (AD - shirley.diggs@pgcps.org)

Meade HS (Fort Meade, MD) - NEEDS: Assistant Coach (pref. w/ Admin Experience)
Contact: Dave Ziff (HC - calziff@aol.com)

Montgomery Blair HS (Silver Spring, MD) - FILLED

New Town HS (Owings Mills, MD) - NEEDS: Varsity Assistant Coach, JV Head Coach
Contact:

North County HS (Glen Burnie, MD) - NEEDS: FILLED

Parkville HS (Parkville, MD) - NEEDS: Varsity Head Coach, JV Head Coach
Contact:

Patapsco HS (Dundalk, MD) - NEEDS: FILLED

Perry Hall HS (Baltimore, MD) - FILLED

Pikesville HS (Pikesville, MD) - NEEDS: JV Head Coach
Contact: Larry Ward (AD - lward8@bcps.org)

Randallstown HS (Baltimore, MD) - FILLED

St. Andrew's Episcopal School (Potomac, MD) - NEEDS: Varsity Assistant Coach, Middle School Assistant Coach
Contact: Sheila Wooters (AD - swooters@saes.org) or Morgan Evans (HC - mevans@saes.org)

Westlake High School (Waldorf, MD) - NEEDS: Varsity Head Coach
Contact: Dominic Zaccarelli (AD - dzaccarelli@ccboe.com)

Please help me update this list as jobs open or become filled. THANKS!


Now that competition is underway... have all of these remaining positions been filled?

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