A transfer does not live in the district. Employees of the district will almost always be granted a residency waiver. In small schools, coaches with kids who can help are sometimes prioritized over their actual coaching ability. Nothing illegal about it.Some of y'all simply don't understand coaching at all. As an assistant coach, moving a few times isn't that crazy. To my knowledge, we are talking about 3 moves in 4 years. Most coaches have done that at some point in their career. I honestly have no loyalty to any sixman team, but it does seem strange that we freak out when a kid transfers to one school, but when a kids transfers to another school (I guess one the poster likes) then this is considered to be fine. If you have an issue with changing schools, it should apply across the board.
My other question is, as a coach, am I supposed to leave my kids behind when I get a new job? If my kid is a stud receiver and I am looking at jobs, why would I not go to Southlake Carrol as apposed to 2-8 team. Shouldn't we put our kids in the best position possible to succeed?
BTW, not a sixman coach.