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Can someone explain how they can let a Volunteer Football Coach (who is never there and not needed) and an "equipment manager/coach" -- both who do NOT have 60 college credits, be authorized to work with our children? A few years ago, we had a police officer who was more than capable, who had extensive baseball experience, and he would not be approved as a coach because he did not have to college credit requirement. This is a contradiction and an outrage, and something should be done about this immediately.

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Can someone explain how they can let a Volunteer Football Coach (who is never there and not needed) and an "equipment manager/coach" -- both who do NOT have 60 college credits, be authorized to work with our children? A few years ago, we had a police officer who was more than capable, who had extensive baseball experience, and he would not be approved as a coach because he did not have to college credit requirement. This is a contradiction and an outrage, and something should be done about this immediately.

There are no minimum credit requirements for non-paid positions. Only need to pass a background check.

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A volunteer does not need 60 credits. He/she would just need to pass a criminal background check. As far as the equipment manager, the same holds true.

Why don't you people that have been harping on this for over a year, worrying about real problems in the high school and not just trying to get back at one family.

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60 credits are needed to be a substitute teacher.

60 credits are necessary if you are a PAID coach. Are either of these paying positions? If so, the coach should have a county issued substitute certificate.

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60 credits are necessary if you are a PAID coach. Are either of these paying positions? If so, the coach should have a county issued substitute certificate.

The equipment manager is a paid position. But, 60 credits are not required.

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60 credits are necessary if you are a PAID coach. Are either of these paying positions? If so, the coach should have a county issued substitute certificate.

The Equipment Manager IS a paid position, and he is constantly with the kids and refers to himself as a coach on the website HE runs. Not to mention he also is the President/Treasurer/Czar/Dictator/Doeswhateverhewantstodo of the Kardinal Booster Club

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The Equipment Manager IS a paid position, and he is constantly with the kids and refers to himself as a coach on the website HE runs. Not to mention he also is the President/Treasurer/Czar/Dictator/Doeswhateverhewantstodo of the Kardinal Booster Club

Speak with the AD regarding the claification of this persons position.

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Uh, subs aren't volunteer positions.

Uh, I know that - it's the only reason I can think of that someone got mixed up with the necessity of 60 credits...

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The Equipment Manager IS a paid position, and he is constantly with the kids and refers to himself as a coach on the website HE runs. Not to mention he also is the President/Treasurer/Czar/Dictator/Doeswhateverhewantstodo of the Kardinal Booster Club

Wait a second. The Kearny Board of Education knocked down Correnti from the Head Guidance position because she was unqualified and did not have the proper certification as well as to prevent families from nepotism yet it PAYS an Equipment Manager for the position and then doesnt even have him qualify with the 60 Credits? Is this accurate? I know the Board does not usually like to reply but it has to answer this contradiction...

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Wait a second. The Kearny Board of Education knocked down Correnti from the Head Guidance position because she was unqualified and did not have the proper certification as well as to prevent families from nepotism yet it PAYS an Equipment Manager for the position and then doesnt even have him qualify with the 60 Credits? Is this accurate? I know the Board does not usually like to reply but it has to answer this contradiction...

Who said Correnti was unqualified and did not have the proper certification? Nothing of the sort has ever been stated as the reason.

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Wait a second. The Kearny Board of Education knocked down Correnti from the Head Guidance position because she was unqualified and did not have the proper certification as well as to prevent families from nepotism yet it PAYS an Equipment Manager for the position and then doesnt even have him qualify with the 60 Credits? Is this accurate? I know the Board does not usually like to reply but it has to answer this contradiction...

Correnti had the certification. It is my understanding that it wasn't her, but the process. Anyway, you do not need 60 credits to be an equipment manager. Unless this person is actually coaching, he isn't doing anything wrong.

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Correnti had the certification. It is my understanding that it wasn't her, but the process. Anyway, you do not need 60 credits to be an equipment manager. Unless this person is actually coaching, he isn't doing anything wrong.

Ray Williams most definitely refers to himself as a Coach. On his own website ( leaguelineup.com/khfb ) he lists himself as a coach. And it is my understanding that if you have interaction with the students, which this equipment manager's position most definitely does, then you must have at least a substitute's certificate. Not only that, he answers the phone in the football office, and talks with college recruiters identifying himself as a college coach.

Regardless, why not give the position to a College Student who could use the part time bucks? Why give it to this man who is ******* * **** at the same time, often ***** *** ******* *** ***** on **** *** ****** *******?

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Ray Williams most definitely refers to himself as a Coach. On his own website ( leaguelineup.com/khfb ) he lists himself as a coach. And it is my understanding that if you have interaction with the students, which this equipment manager's position most definitely does, then you must have at least a substitute's certificate. Not only that, he answers the phone in the football office, and talks with college recruiters identifying himself as a college coach.

Regardless, why not give the position to a College Student who could use the part time bucks? Why give it to this man who is ******* * **** at the same time, often ***** *** ******* *** ***** on **** *** ****** *******?

Looked over the whole site and did not find any reference to him as a coach. Please provide the exact link.

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You are correct it is no longer there. Must have been changed after this post. Thank god for cutting and pasting, but we'll save that for the future lynching!

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With the Budget Crisis going on, and the Town tightening up things, can someone explain why we are paying an Equipment Manager, especially one that is not qualified and does not have 60 credits? Seriously, someone please explain that!

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