On the move

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Re: On the move

Postby Texman301 » Sat Apr 28, 2018 3:34 pm

Because you know everythig I do......that is highly unlikely.. .
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Re: On the move

Postby Mrcacalaca » Sat Apr 28, 2018 4:10 pm

Once again the Mexican Englishman shows his orifice. Class act!! Feeling inadequate in some way, probably wishes he could be a coach. Lawdy
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Re: On the move

Postby Mexican Englishman » Sat Apr 28, 2018 5:16 pm

tobyvann wrote:Oakwood has a new coach Tritz that was at Forestburg.

Congrats to Oakwood. Anybody you hired is an upgrade.
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Re: On the move

Postby Texman301 » Sat Apr 28, 2018 6:16 pm

You are still quite comical.
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Re: On the move

Postby Mrcacalaca » Sat Apr 28, 2018 9:18 pm

Hey Texman, the Mexican Englishman is jealous of all you have done and wishes he could be you. It eats at him.
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Re: On the move

Postby Mexican Englishman » Sat Apr 28, 2018 9:55 pm

Mrcacalaca wrote:Hey Texman, the Mexican Englishman is jealous of all you have done and wishes he could be you. It eats at him.

Looks like someone else likes being on their knees.
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Re: On the move

Postby Tritz-OHS » Sat Apr 28, 2018 9:55 pm

This is comical!!!
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Re: On the move

Postby Texman301 » Sat Apr 28, 2018 10:07 pm

Tell me about it. Just another joe nobody who can be a big bad a$$ behind the computer screen and say things about situations he knows nothing about all to try and make his pathetic little life mean something. He thinks he is getting a rise out of me, which I find both hilarious and pathetic. To think his life is so miserable he has to make up stuff about others to sound important...I am done with this topic. Tommy, may you have continued success in your venture with Oakwood. Be careful not to get crossways with this guy. If he is who I have been told he is, he should be ashamed of himself bashing others in his chosen profession. If he is not, it makes him a pathetic nobody.
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Re: On the move

Postby Tritz-OHS » Sat Apr 28, 2018 11:10 pm

Thanks Coach, appreciate that.
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Re: On the move

Postby CoachJJ » Sat Apr 28, 2018 11:21 pm

My two cents. It is not hard to get rid of someone. Remember in Texas year one everyone is on a probationary year. This applies to the Head Coach@ Cedar Hill HS that could sign a 3 year deal. Correct me if I’m wrong coaches.
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Re: On the move

Postby Texman301 » Sun Apr 29, 2018 11:35 am

What people dont understand is for coaches there are two types of contracts; one where the teaching is combined with coaching and one where they are separate. This means, with one type, if a coach is reassigned from coaching they can stay at the school in a teaching capacity only. The other is if they are removed from coaching at the end of the year, they are removed from the classroom as well. How do they gwt around all the teacher protections, simple. The person has ro agree to sign the contract. If you dont agree to signing that type of contract, you dont have to have the job. So, to dispute what the omniscient Mexican Englishman said, it is very easy to get rid of coaches when an admin wants you out, or the new admin is a puppet of the board and bows to the board bidding.
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Re: On the move

Postby coachsatcher » Sun Apr 29, 2018 2:10 pm

CoachJJ - That is correct. Every teacher's first year is a probationary contract, no matter how many years. After that first year, they can remove the "probationary" status and offer a "term" contract, for any number of years.
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Re: On the move

Postby Mexican Englishman » Sun Apr 29, 2018 2:14 pm

Texman301 wrote:What people dont understand is for coaches there are two types of contracts; one where the teaching is combined with coaching and one where they are separate. This means, with one type, if a coach is reassigned from coaching they can stay at the school in a teaching capacity only. The other is if they are removed from coaching at the end of the year, they are removed from the classroom as well. How do they gwt around all the teacher protections, simple. The person has ro agree to sign the contract. If you dont agree to signing that type of contract, you dont have to have the job. So, to dispute what the omniscient Mexican Englishman said, it is very easy to get rid of coaches when an admin wants you out, or the new admin is a puppet of the board and bows to the board bidding.

If you could see me I am playing my world's smallest violin for you.
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Re: On the move

Postby coachsatcher » Sun Apr 29, 2018 2:14 pm

Congrats Coach Tritz. Welcome back!
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Re: On the move

Postby Tritz-OHS » Sun Apr 29, 2018 3:20 pm

coachsatcher wrote:Congrats Coach Tritz. Welcome back!


Thanks Coach!!!
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