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Old 02-05-2018, 04:11 PM   #1
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So our present school has decided to hire a different head coach. Thus is the life of a coach in Texas. We're looking to move this summer, then, and my husband (his handle is Coach) is looking to get out of education.

Obviously, as a coach, he has had lots of experience in training, management, and leadership, and those skills will be very valuable in other fields, although his dream job would be to be a game ranch manager.

We'd really like to get back to Kerr County. I'm hoping to get back into teaching because our youngest will be in Kindergarten. I'm a certified ag teacher but I want to teach career and college readiness (resume building, job interview skills, budgeting, how to balance a checkbook, etc.). Hopefully I can teach and still keep up with my website, www.MyWildKitchen.com.

So, if anyone has any connections or leads on jobs, we'd love to talk about it! Send us a PM or leave a comment here.

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Old 02-05-2018, 04:34 PM   #2
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I know this no help with your topic, but i clicked your link and love your site! Glad you posted it in your thread. Good luck with your career moves
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I'm no help at all with a job recommendation, but your website is really cool...... added to my favorite list!!!


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Old 02-05-2018, 04:39 PM   #4
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We are hiring in Fort Worth but can’t help in the Hill country. Good luck to y’all though.
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Old 02-05-2018, 04:53 PM   #5
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Thank y'all! It's been a very fun (and delicious!) journey! I'm glad you like it!
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Old 02-05-2018, 07:31 PM   #6
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Leakey can be pretty clannish that's for sure.

Good luck on finding a place in Kerr County, that's a nice place to be.

Oh and thanks for the link...good stuff you have there.
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Good luck to yall. I have made that sika roast recipe several times most recently just a few days ago. Simple and delicious.
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Love the website! Good luck!
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Old 02-05-2018, 09:51 PM   #9
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Have Facebook? Contact Ryan Longer. I know he's always looking for guides out by Kerrville. May know someone who needs a ranch manager it there.
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Good luck to yall!! It's that time of year for the coaching carousel to start...contracts are coming up! Hope y'all find what you're looking for!

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I'd be more than happy to have someone with so much experience on my team. Unfortunately, not able to offer full time work. I just took over the movie theater around here. Would love to buy y'all a drink or talk hunting when you get back to the Hill Country, though. Used to be an athletic performance coach/personal trainer in the area...can certainly say we need more around. Best of luck on your search!!
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Old 02-06-2018, 07:49 AM   #12
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Leakey can be pretty clannish that's for sure.

Good luck on finding a place in Kerr County, that's a nice place to be.

Oh and thanks for the link...good stuff you have there.
Thank you. We love the people here in Leakey, but Kerrville/Mountain Home has been home for over a decade. If we could get back there and settle down we feel like that'd be the best place to be.

And I'm glad you like the recipes!
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Good luck to yall. I have made that sika roast recipe several times most recently just a few days ago. Simple and delicious.
Love that recipe!
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Old 02-06-2018, 07:50 AM   #14
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I'll be sure to share this with Coach! Thank you!
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I'd be more than happy to have someone with so much experience on my team. Unfortunately, not able to offer full time work. I just took over the movie theater around here. Would love to buy y'all a drink or talk hunting when you get back to the Hill Country, though. Used to be an athletic performance coach/personal trainer in the area...can certainly say we need more around. Best of luck on your search!!
That would be awesome. I took the kids to the movies there a few weeks ago. It was packed! I hope business is treating you well!
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I would look into something web design related. You are very talented. Good luck with wherever y'all are lead!
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Best of luck on your search I hope you get what and where you need. Your website is FANTASTIC!
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That sucks Noel. Wish he could make it work at the Diamond V. He's too hard of a worker to be without a job for long.
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Tell him to coach JR High. Job stability and no weekends and less hours
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He loves coaching but doesn't enjoy the classroom. Non-classroom coaching jobs are hard to find.

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Old 02-06-2018, 10:51 AM   #21
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Thanks Dru. I know God's got a plan for us. Just wondering if anyone here might know what it was.

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Sorry for the life change. Coaching is tuff for the whole family. Been at it for a long time myself. I love coaching too! I didn't mind teaching college classes at all. The past 2 years have been my first in high school. Most likely gonna be my last. Looking for a career change at 57 myself. I wish the best for both of you in the future.
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Yep! Teaching school isn't for the faint of heart even though many think we're overpaid and underworked...Sometimes I think I'd rather be doing something else too

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Sorry for the life change. Coaching is tuff for the whole family. Been at it for a long time myself. I love coaching too! I didn't mind teaching college classes at all. The past 2 years have been my first in high school. Most likely gonna be my last. Looking for a career change at 57 myself. I wish the best for both of you in the future.
Man....That long in and not gonna stick it out a few more years for retirement?

Why I tell everyone against teaching HS......stay in Jr High lol
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Man....That long in and not gonna stick it out a few more years for retirement?

Why I tell everyone against teaching HS......stay in Jr High lol
It's over 12 years left. If it were only 2 or 3 it'd be a different discussion.

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You might have him check with the HE Butt foundation. Perhaps he could get a job there with Laity Lodge youth camps or some other position within the organization. That would be a good start.
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You might have him check with the HE Butt foundation. Perhaps he could get a job there with Laity Lodge youth camps or some other position within the organization. That would be a good start.
We're friends with the family that runs the camp outside of Leakey. Is there another one in Kerrville? That feels familiar...

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Know your husbands pain. I got 3 more years left in coaching/education before retirement, hope I can make it through one last AD change. The coaching is not the hard part, it's the classroom and all of the new stuff that they require every year. The way the kids get worse every year as far as behavior and not wanting to learn or study, but to be entertained and given a good grade for showing up. Also a lot of the parents thinking that their little Johnny or Susie is a perfect angel and we as teachers don't know what we are talking about, their child wouldn't do or say anything bad! I teach Jr. High and I see this getting worse each year even at that level.
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Man....That long in and not gonna stick it out a few more years for retirement?

Why I tell everyone against teaching HS......stay in Jr High lol
I just want back into college! Lots of young, young coaches working for very little $ these days. HS and JH just aren't for me.

My hero in coaching who has passed away now. I played for him in college and worked with in college too, always told me for years and years.

Johnson, you're not a real coach! You have never coached in Junior High and you haven't been fired twice!!

After 32 years in College, I never knew what he was talking about. After these past 2 years, I know EXACTLY what he is talking about

I still haven't been fired yet... so I am still workin on that one
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I just want back into college! Lots of young, young coaches working for very little $ these days. HS and JH just aren't for me.

My hero in coaching who has passed away now. I played for him in college and worked with in college too, always told me for years and years.

Johnson, you're not a real coach! You have never coached in Junior High and you haven't been fired twice!!

After 32 years in College, I never knew what he was talking about. After these past 2 years, I know EXACTLY what he is talking about

I still haven't been fired yet... so I am still workin on that one
WOW! Awesome. What did you coach in College?

Still paying into TRS I supposed so that counts.

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I just want back into college! Lots of young, young coaches working for very little $ these days. HS and JH just aren't for me.

My hero in coaching who has passed away now. I played for him in college and worked with in college too, always told me for years and years.

Johnson, you're not a real coach! You have never coached in Junior High and you haven't been fired twice!!

After 32 years in College, I never knew what he was talking about. After these past 2 years, I know EXACTLY what he is talking about

I still haven't been fired yet... so I am still workin on that one
How do you hunt as a college coach? He was a GA coach in grad school but said it interfered with deer season too much to make a career out of it.

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Well, the first 22 years as a football coach I didn't Maybe once or twice a year. I wised up and had an opportunity to change sports and be my own boss.

But the last 11 as a golf coach the Fall season was over before October and the Spring didn't interfere at all during the long season of golf from February to June. I recruited in the summer so it worked out perfect for hunting. I was truly spoiled over the last 11 years for sure!!!!!!

My problem with retirement is. I was at Private schools that didn't pay into TRS for 9 of those years.

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I'm a certified ag teacher but I want to teach career and college readiness (resume building, job interview skills, budgeting, how to balance a checkbook, etc.



These skills ^^^^^^ are sorely lacking in public education
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Expand your website gig and hire him!
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So our present school has decided to hire a different head coach. Thus is the life of a coach in Texas. We're looking to move this summer, then, and my husband (his handle is Coach) is looking to get out of education.

Obviously, as a coach, he has had lots of experience in training, management, and leadership, and those skills will be very valuable in other fields, although his dream job would be to be a game ranch manager.

We'd really like to get back to Kerr County. I'm hoping to get back into teaching because our youngest will be in Kindergarten. I'm a certified ag teacher but I want to teach career and college readiness (resume building, job interview skills, budgeting, how to balance a checkbook, etc.). Hopefully I can teach and still keep up with my website, www.MyWildKitchen.com.

So, if anyone has any connections or leads on jobs, we'd love to talk about it! Send us a PM or leave a comment here.

Thanks for your input!

I truly hope you both find exactly what you're looking for. Your skills are outta sight with the computer and cooking. I am sure your husband's experiences in teaching and coaching will speak volumes for him. Yall are young. Don't be afraid to do something crazy! This thread is about him and you. I hope I didn't distract from it in any way. That was never my intention.
Keep us posted on ya'lls journey!
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I truly hope you both find exactly what you're looking for. Your skills are outta sight with the computer and cooking. I am sure your husband's experiences in teaching and coaching will speak volumes for him. Yall are young. Don't be afraid to do something crazy! This thread is about him and you. I hope I didn't distract from it in any way. That was never my intention.
Keep us posted on ya'lls journey!
Thank you. And that never crossed my mind. Lot's of us are in similar boats, so the more insights we hear the broader our vision can go.

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Thank you. And that never crossed my mind. Lot's of us are in similar boats, so the more insights we hear the broader our vision can go.

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One last thing!

You coaches wives are the crazy bunch! Putting up with all our hours away from home, crazy schedules, caring for 100's of other peoples kids!

Yall are the bestest group of unsung heroes there are
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Almost interviewed for the principal job in Leakey last year. I love visiting there but was afraid it was too much of a tourist town. Didn't like the price of real estate either. Good luck with the new jobs. Who is going to be the new coach down there?
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Love your website, you no doubt have a great talent in that area. Can't help you much in Kerr County as I live in Menard but not terribly far away. If you want me to look around in this area, please let me know. I am familiar with most of the ranchers in the area and school personnel.
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Almost interviewed for the principal job in Leakey last year. I love visiting there but was afraid it was too much of a tourist town. Didn't like the price of real estate either. Good luck with the new jobs. Who is going to be the new coach down there?
They were interviewing today. Might know tomorrow.

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Love your website, you no doubt have a great talent in that area. Can't help you much in Kerr County as I live in Menard but not terribly far away. If you want me to look around in this area, please let me know. I am familiar with most of the ranchers in the area and school personnel.
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Old 02-07-2018, 09:25 PM   #42
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I'm in Comfort at the HS and will keep my ears open. Coached for a long time but have been mainly a classroom teacher here. I'm kind of the opposite of others. I loved coaching but sure do enjoy the classroom as well and don't mind not having the long hours of coaching! Can't help on the ranch mng job as those are hard to come by in these parts but will definitely let you know if anything comes up here at the HS.
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Coach could become a personal trainer to help all of us lose the weight we gained from your recipe's.



Good luck to y'all. Something will come along.
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Any updates, Noel?

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Did you ever try my Venison Meatloaf Recipe we discussed on the other forum? Just curious......

The area you folks want to settle in is unfortunately too far from the Marble Falls/Lampassas area that my previous land sales company has an office or I would recommend your "Coach" to look into it? Just as an idea, (retired in November of '17,) this was a Land Sales career WITH benefits and "draws" to get your started. Commission career's are NOT for everyone, but all I can say it was VERY lucrative for me and I spent my days driving in the country seeing critters and selling land.

If any interest, just Google National Land Partners to get an idea of what they do.

Just trying to help "anyone" looking for a career that can make you a great deal of $$ if you are willing to work.

Good luck and God Bless....
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I will make some inquiries around town and see what I can turn up for leads. My wife teaches at Hunt ISD I think they may have some openings coming up. For kerrville make sure you go to the job fair if you want a chance.
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Old 03-06-2018, 09:39 PM   #47
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Any updates, Noel?

Thoughts and prayers continue for y'all.
Thanks Devin. I submitted my application with Harper ISD. Now it's a waiting game. Josh hasn't come up with anything yet, but if I can get something lined up it will be easier for him to figure something out.

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Did you ever try my Venison Meatloaf Recipe we discussed on the other forum? Just curious......
I haven't tried the recipe yet. My health still isn't what it should be so it's been pretty basic in the kitchen (Coach has even jumped in and cooked some dishes! He's a darn good cook when I let him in the kitchen. ). Although I tried a new crockpot recipe yesterday that I CAN'T WAIT to share with y'all! I'll have to go back to the meatloaf recipe and add it to my list asap!

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I will make some inquiries around town and see what I can turn up for leads. My wife teaches at Hunt ISD I think they may have some openings coming up. For kerrville make sure you go to the job fair if you want a chance.
Thanks for checking around! His dream job would be to be a game ranch manager. I think I said that already. Whoops. When you say Kerrville job fair, are you referring to the school district job fair or is there a public job fair for local businesses?

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I know y'all are looking to leave but you sure hired a great Supt. tonight. He is a great one to work for and is in it for the right reasons.
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Is he looking for a ranch manager position? I have a lead but it’s in Cotulla. Not too close to Kerville.
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I was referring to the school district job fair to my knowledge there is not a city wide job fair. I will let you know if I turn anything up. For ranch manager jobs he may check with Woodbury, Rhodes Brothers taxidermy and some of the bigger shops they are pretty well connected with the operators and may know if there are openings
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