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Head Football Coach: Baker County $4,350
Athletic Director: Baker County $4,865
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Total: $9,215

Head Football Coach: ToHo High School: $0 ($4,111.80 if he was Head Coach, he wasn't)
Athletic Director: ToHo High School: $4,319
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Total:$4,319 ($8,430.80)

So it looks like he will be getting a decent size raise (if he has both AD/HC stipends, even if Osceola pays more than Baker).

 

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I know Osceola County doesn't let you have both jobs at once. Regardless, Baker County got themselves a pretty good football coach. That guy had Viera humming before he left. 

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31 minutes ago, Perspective said:

Please tell me these amounts being mentioned in this thread are a stipend and in addition to whatever teacher salary he may receive. 

Yes, I was going to post the salary for a 20 year teacher in Osceola, but the contract was too confusing for me to figure out so I just posted stipends. 

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2 hours ago, gatorman-uf said:

Yes, I was going to post the salary for a 20 year teacher in Osceola, but the contract was too confusing for me to figure out so I just posted stipends. 

Thanks.  I feel better now.  I know teachers and coaches are underpaid, but I just wanted to make sure it wasn't that bad. 

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17 hours ago, gatorman-uf said:

Head Football Coach: Baker County $4,350
Athletic Director: Baker County $4,865
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Total: $9,215

Head Football Coach: ToHo High School: $0 ($4,111.80 if he was Head Coach, he wasn't)
Athletic Director: ToHo High School: $4,319
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Total:$4,319 ($8,430.80)

So it looks like he will be getting a decent size raise (if he has both AD/HC stipends, even if Osceola pays more than Baker).

He will be HBC only. AD is already hired.

 

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