Red Bank Forms Committee To Choose Next Football Coach

Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Red Bank High School has formed a selection committee for the position of head football coach. The committee is comprised of community, parent, and school representatives who will bring experience, expertise, and a love for the Red Bank community and Red Bank High School to the selection process. The committee is eager to begin the work and will start this week on the process of selecting an outstanding coach for the Red Bank High football program.

Committee members are:

Susan Thurman – Community Representative
Class of ’66, RBHS Hall of Fame, RBHS Teacher and Coach (1970-2010)

Gerald Ware – Former RBHS Football Player
Class of ’91, RBHS Hall of Fame, Member of Red Bank “All-Time Football Team”

Mandi Munn – Athletic Director
Class of ’95, RBHS Hall of Fame, RBHS Teacher and Coach (2001-Current)

Dani Morris – Faculty Representative
RBHS Science Teacher, 20 Year Educator, Leadership Fellows Cohort 17

Tenika Jackson – Parent Representative
Parent of Sophomore and Senior Football Players, Member of Quarterback Club 

Wendell Weathers – Assistant Principal
Class of ’82, RBHS Hall of Fame, 20 Year Educator, 15 Years Head Coaching Experience

Elaine Harper – Principal
RBHS Teacher (05-12); Assistant Principal (15-16); Principal (16-18)


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