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GSC Volleyball 2014: Lady Pioneers Fall to Charleston

The Gilmer Free Press

The Glenville State Lady Pioneer Volleyball team fell on the road Tuesday night to the University of Charleston Golden Eagles in three sets, 0-3.

Charleston would win all three sets by a large margin. In the first set GSC lost 25-9, they lost in the second set 25-15, and lost the third set 25-10.

Stefanie Gladders led the Lady Pioneers in kills with three on the night. Kaci Sullivan had four assists while Jazmin Gordon finished with a team high 10 digs.

Charleston was led by Clairissa Larry as she had a game high 17 kills.

Lady Pioneer Volleyball Team Beats Salem International 3-2

The Gilmer Free Press

The GSC Lady Pioneer volleyball team defeated the Salem International Tigers in their home opener at the newly constructed Waco Center in five set, 3-2.

New GSC Head Coach Katie Avery picked up her first coaching victory as a Pioneer.

GSC would take the first two sets 25-17 and 25-21. However Salem would rally and they would take the next two sets 25-19 and 25-17 as they knotted it up at 2-2. In the fifth and final set GSC would get up early and never look back as they took set five, 15-9.

For the Lady Pioneers Kayla Lowers finished the night eight kills and had one serve ace. Freshman Tahje Houston also finished with eight kills on the night.

Kaci Sullivan paced GSC with a team high 20 assists while Rachel Morris finished with a game high 13 digs. Freshman Lauren Wheatley finished with four solo blocks.

Salem was led by Rachel Hess as she had a game high 10 kills while Brittney Nebitt finished with 27 assists.

Volleyball Box Score:

         Salem Int. vs Glenville State (September 11, 2014 at Glenville, WV)


   Salem Int.             |     ATTACK      |SET| SERVE |SRV|DEF|  BLOCK |GEN
## Name                 GP|  K   E  TA   PCT|  A| SA  SE| RE|DIG|BS BA BE|BHE
—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————
3  Brittney Nesbitt….  0|  4   4  13  .000| 27|  0   1|  0|  2| 0  0  3|  1
6  Rachel Hess…......  0| 10   3  29  .241|  0|  2   3|  0|  1| 0  0  1|  0
15 Gitana Cafasso…...  5|  0   0   0  .000| 10|  1   0|  0|  0| 0  0  0|  1
21 Alessandra Marquez..  5|  3   2  14  .071|  0|  0   3|  0|  2| 1  0  4|  0
50 Ciaran Ashman…....  5|  8   1  14  .500|  0|  0   0|  0|  0| 3  3  2|  0
1  Katie Chryssofos….  0|  0   0   1  .000|  0|  0   0|  0|  0| 0  0  0|  0
4  Colleen McTier…...  0|  0   0   1  .000|  0|  0   0|  0|  1| 0  0  0|  0
5  Jennifer Foreman….  0|  0   0   1  .000|  0|  0   0|  0|  5| 0  0  1|  0
8  S. Estrada….......  2|  0   1   4 -.250|  0|  0   0|  0|  0| 0  0  0|  0
9  Jen Martinez….....  5|  0   1   3 -.333|  0|  0   0|  1|  9| 0  0  0|  2
20 Janae Harris….....  5|  2   1   5  .200|  0|  0   0|  1|  0| 5  1  1|  1
24 Megan Maafala-Maiva.  5| 11   2  28  .321|  0|  0   0|  1|  1| 1  2  1|  1
—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————
   Totals…...........  5| 38  15 113  .204| 37|  3   7|  3| 21|10  6 13|  6

 TEAM ATTACK PER GAME                               TOTAL TEAM BLOCKS: 13.0
 Game  K  E  TA   Pct
   1   9  3  30  .200   GAME SCORES               1  2  3  4  5  TEAM RECORDS
   2   7  7  26  .000   Salem Int…........ (2) 17 21 25 25  9
   3   9  2  24  .292   Glenville State….. (3) 25 25 19 17 15  1-4
   4  10  0  21  .476
   5   3  3  12  .000

   Glenville State        |     ATTACK      |SET| SERVE |SRV|DEF|  BLOCK |GEN
## Name                 GP|  K   E  TA   PCT|  A| SA  SE| RE|DIG|BS BA BE|BHE
—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————
3  Stefanie Gladders…  5|  0   0   0  .000| 18|  1   1|  0|  5| 0  0  0|  1
4  Kaylee Dickerson….  5|  6   0   9  .667|  0|  0   0|  0|  0| 0  0  0|  0
7  Lauren Wheatley…..  5|  6   4  19  .105|  0|  0   0|  0|  0| 4  2  3|  0
8  Shyanne Loftin…...  5|  7   4  25  .120|  0|  1   2|  1| 11| 1  1  3|  3
13 Madison Smith…....  5|  5   0  11  .455|  0|  0   2|  0|  1| 2  1  5|  0
16 Kayla Lowers….....  5|  8   3  23  .217|  0|  1   0|  0|  7| 1  0  1|  0
1  Kaci Sullivan…....  5|  0   0   1  .000| 20|  0   1|  0|  1| 0  0  0|  2
6  Rachel Morris…....  5|  0   1   3 -.333|  2|  0   2|  1| 13| 0  0  0|  2
9  Tahje Houston…....  5|  8   4   2 2.000|  0|  0   0|  1|  1| 0  1  3|  0
—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————
   Totals…...........  5| 40  16  93  .258| 40|  3   8|  3| 39| 8  5 15|  8

 TEAM ATTACK PER GAME                               TOTAL TEAM BLOCKS: 10.5
 Game  K  E  TA   Pct
   1   9  3  23  .261   Site: Glenville, WV (Waco Center)
   2  10  1  24  .375   Date: September 11, 2014   Attend: 126   Time: 2 hours
   3   5  6  17 -.059   Referees:
   4  10  4  19  .316
   5   6  2  10  .400

                           Volleyball Detailed Stats
         Salem Int. vs Glenville State (September 11, 2014 at Glenville, WV)


   Salem Int.             |     ATTACK      |     ASSIST      |      SERVE      |       | BLOCKING  |    RECEPT   |
## Name                 GP|  K   E  TA   Pct|  A   E  TA   Pct| SA  SE  TA   Pct|DIG BHE| BS  BA  BE|  0  RE   Pct|
———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————
3  Brittney Nesbitt….  0|  4   4  13  .000| 27   0   0  .000|  0   1   0  .000|  2   1|  0   0   3|  0   0  .000|
6  Rachel Hess…......  0| 10   3  29  .241|  0   0   0  .000|  2   3   0  .000|  1   0|  0   0   1|  0   0  .000|
15 Gitana Cafasso…...  5|  0   0   0  .000| 10   0   0  .000|  1   0   0  .000|  0   1|  0   0   0|  0   0  .000|
21 Alessandra Marquez..  5|  3   2  14  .071|  0   0   0  .000|  0   3   0  .000|  2   0|  1   0   4|  0   0  .000|
50 Ciaran Ashman…....  5|  8   1  14  .500|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0|  3   3   2|  0   0  .000|
1  Katie Chryssofos….  0|  0   0   1  .000|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0|  0   0   0|  0   0  .000|
4  Colleen McTier…...  0|  0   0   1  .000|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0   0  .000|  1   0|  0   0   0|  0   0  .000|
5  Jennifer Foreman….  0|  0   0   1  .000|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0   0  .000|  5   0|  0   0   1|  0   0  .000|
8  S. Estrada….......  2|  0   1   4 -.250|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0|  0   0   0|  0   0  .000|
9  Jen Martinez….....  5|  0   1   3 -.333|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0   0  .000|  9   2|  0   0   0|  0   1  .000|
20 Janae Harris….....  5|  2   1   5  .200|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0   0  .000|  0   1|  5   1   1|  0   1  .000|
24 Megan Maafala-Maiva.  5| 11   2  28  .321|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0   0  .000|  1   1|  1   2   1|  0   1  .000|
   Totals…...........  5| 38  15 113  .204| 37   0   0  .000|  3   7   0  .000| 21   6| 10   6  13|  0   3  .000|

  TEAM ATTACK PER GAME                                TOTAL TEAM BLOCKS: 13.0
  Game  K  E  TA   Pct
    1   9  3  30  .200    GAME SCORES               1  2  3  4  5  TEAM RECORDS
    2   7  7  26  .000    Salem Int…........ (2) 17 21 25 25  9
    3   9  2  24  .292    Glenville State….. (3) 25 25 19 17 15  1-4
    4  10  0  21  .476
    5   3  3  12  .000

   Glenville State        |     ATTACK      |     ASSIST      |      SERVE      |       | BLOCKING  |    RECEPT   |
## Name                 GP|  K   E  TA   Pct|  A   E  TA   Pct| SA  SE  TA   Pct|DIG BHE| BS  BA  BE|  0  RE   Pct|
———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————
3  Stefanie Gladders…  5|  0   0   0  .000| 18   0   0  .000|  1   1   0  .000|  5   1|  0   0   0|  0   0  .000|
4  Kaylee Dickerson….  5|  6   0   9  .667|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0|  0   0   0|  0   0  .000|
7  Lauren Wheatley…..  5|  6   4  19  .105|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0|  4   2   3|  0   0  .000|
8  Shyanne Loftin…...  5|  7   4  25  .120|  0   0   0  .000|  1   2   0  .000| 11   3|  1   1   3|  0   1  .000|
13 Madison Smith…....  5|  5   0  11  .455|  0   0   0  .000|  0   2   0  .000|  1   0|  2   1   5|  0   0  .000|
16 Kayla Lowers….....  5|  8   3  23  .217|  0   0   0  .000|  1   0   0  .000|  7   0|  1   0   1|  0   0  .000|
1  Kaci Sullivan…....  5|  0   0   1  .000| 20   0   0  .000|  0   1   0  .000|  1   2|  0   0   0|  0   0  .000|
6  Rachel Morris…....  5|  0   1   3 -.333|  2   0   0  .000|  0   2   0  .000| 13   2|  0   0   0|  0   1  .000|
9  Tahje Houston…....  5|  8   4   2 2.000|  0   0   0  .000|  0   0   0  .000|  1   0|  0   1   3|  0   1  .000|
   Totals…...........  5| 40  16  93  .258| 40   0   0  .000|  3   8   0  .000| 39   8|  8   5  15|  0   3  .000|


  TEAM ATTACK PER GAME                                TOTAL TEAM BLOCKS: 10.5
  Game  K  E  TA   Pct
    1   9  3  23  .261    Site: Glenville, WV (Waco Center)
    2  10  1  24  .375    Date: September 11 2014   Attend: 126   Time: 2 hours
    3   5  6  17 -.059    Referees:
    4  10  4  19  .316
    5   6  2  10  .400

 

GSC Volleyball Falls in Season Opener to California, PA

The Gilmer Free Press

The Glenville State Lady Pioneer volleyball team fell in their 2014 season opener on the road at the Lock Haven Invitational to California PA, 0-3.

California PA took set one by a score of 25-15. California PA would then take set two by a score of 25-14 and won set three by a score of 25-8.

Senior Stefanie Gladders finished with 4 kills on 14 attacks, she also had 7 assist, and 3 digs. Kaylee Dickerson, Shyanne Loftin, and Kayla Lowers all finished the game with 4 kills each.

Rachel Morris finished with a team high 9 digs and Madison Smith finished with 2 solo blocks.

California PA was led by Laurel Miller as she finished with 6 kills and 7 digs.  Danielle Mayes finished with 5 kills on the day.

Taylor Solo finished with a team high 16 assists for California PA.

MEC Volleyball 2014

The Gilmer Free Press

Wheeling Jesuit was overwhelmingly picked to repeat as Mountain East Conference champion in volleyball in a vote conducted by the league’s coaches.

The Cardinals received a maximum of 121 points that included 11 first-place votes. WJU went 38-6 and advanced to the NCAA Semifinals where it lost to the eventual national champion Concordia. Makenzie Ripley, a first team All-MEC performer last season, returns along with the league’s Freshman of the Year Haley Kindall and Kayce Krucki, a second team All-MEC performer. WJU is ranked 17th in the initial American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) poll.

Fairmont State was picked to finish second with 108 points and received the other first-place vote. The Falcons graduated two first team all-conference selections, but bring back two others in libero Tiff Smathers and setter Tabbie Bias. FSU was runner-up to Wheeling Jesuit in the regular season and at the conference tournament in 2013.

Charleston, under first year head coach Jenna Brown, finished third with 93 points, followed by West Virginia Wesleyan (89) and Shepherd (85). Concord checked in at sixth with 61 points, in front of West Liberty (59) and West Virginia State (51). Urbana was ninth with 48 points, Notre Dame and UVa-Wise tied for 10th with 31 points, and Glenville State completed the poll with 15 points.

The 2014 regular season gets underway on Thursday, September 04. 

2014 MEC Volleyball Preseason Poll
1. Wheeling Jesuit (11) 121
2. Fairmont State (1) 108
3. Charleston 93
4. West Virginia Wesleyan 89
5. Shepherd 85
6. Concord 61
7. West Liberty 59
8. West Virginia State 51
9. Urbana 48
10. (t) UVa-Wise 31
10. (t) Notre Dame 31
12. Glenville State 15
() Indicates first place votes * Coaches not able to vote for own team

08.21.2014
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G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Auxiliary JV/Varsity Volleyball Coach - GCHS

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Title:
Auxiliary JV/Varsity Volleyball Coach

Grade Level:
High School

Description:
To assist with participating student to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of discipline and an increased level of self-esteem.

Job Location or School Name:
Gilmer County High School

City:
Glenville

County:
Gilmer

Qualifications:

* Hold or qualify for West Virginia Certificate as required under State Board Policy 5202 

* Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out responsibilities of the position. 

Salary:
County Supplement-$1

Closing Date:
2014.08.14

Comments:

SEND LETTER OF APPLICATION AND RESUME TO
 
Judith A. Stalnaker 
Personnel Director 
Gilmer County Schools 
201 North Court Street 
Glenville, WV 26351  
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Apply to:
Judith A. Stalnaker, Personnel Director 
Gilmer County Schools 
201 N. Court Street 
Glenville, WV 26351 
 
Fax: 304.462.5103

County Contact Email:

 

G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Assistant Varsity Football Coach - GCHS

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POSITION: Assistant Varsity Football Coach - Gilmer County High School  


JOB DESCRIPTION:

FOR THE POSITION OF: ASSISTANT ATHLETIC COACH

REPORTS TO: Principal/Athletic Director/Head Coach

JOB GOAL: To assist with participating student to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of discipline and an increased level of self-esteem.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Professional and Interpersonal Relations,

1. cooperates with building principal,

2. cooperates with athletic director,

3. develops rapport with coaching staff within the school,

4. organizes coaching staff,

5. develops positive relationship with participants,

6. develops positive relationship with student body,

7. develops positive relationship with faculty,

8. develops positive relationship with parents and community,

9. develops positive relationship with game officials,

10. develops positive relationship with news media,

11. develops positive relationship with opponents,

12. employs appropriate conduct during games,

13. employs appropriate conduct during practices,

14. attends league, conference and WVSSAC meetings as required

15. participates in activities that foster professional growth and development,

16. motivates staff and players toward desired goals, and commands respect by example in appearance, manners, behavior and language.


Coaching and Related Areas:

17. develops high caliber and quality instruction,

18. teaches fundamental skills,

19. handles athletic injuries,

20. cares for equipment,

21. supervises participants and disciplines team appropriately,

22. designs quality organization of practice sessions,

23. designs pre-season planning,

24. supervises managers and other support personnel,

25. manages budget,

26. follows purchasing procedures,

27. initiates game organizational skills,

28. follows board of education, league, conference, and WVSSAC policies,

29. devotes time and energy to coaching duties,

30. follows end of season procedures,

31.  performs other duties as assigned by principal/athletic director.

EMPLOYMENT TERM: 2014-2015 Season


QUALIFICATIONS:

* Hold or qualify for West Virginia Certificate as required under State Board Policy 5202

* Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out responsibilities of the position.


SALARY: $2,000.00


SUBMIT:

Application for employment; Copy of WV Coaching Certificate; Current employees submit Extra Curricular Bid Sheet (located on the county website)

Incomplete application packets will not be considered.


Send these documents to:

                Judith A. Stalnaker
                Personnel Director
                Gilmer County Schools
                201 North Court Street
                Glenville, WV 26351


MUST BE RECEIVED BY:   Tuesday, July 29, 2014 – 3:00 PM.


As required by federal laws and regulations, the Gilmer County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, marital status, disability, age and national origin in employment and in the administration of any of its education programs or activities.  Inquires may be directed to Title IX Coordinator, Gilmer County Board of Education, 201 N. Court Street, Glenville, WV 26351, phone 304.462.7386; to the Elimination of Sex Discrimination Program Coordinator, 304.558.7864; or the U.S. Department of Education’s Director of the Office of Civil Rights, 215.596.6795.


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G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Head Mini Titan Volleyball Coach

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Title:
Head Mini Titan Volleyball Coach

Grade Level:
Middle

Description:
To assist with participating student to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of discipline and an increased level of self-esteem.

Job Location or School Name:
Gilmer County High School

City:
Glenville

County:
Gilmer

Qualifications:
* Hold or qualify for West Virginia Certificate as required under State Board Policy 5202 
* Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out responsibilities of the position. 
 
Salary:
As per adopted salary schedule

Closing Date:
2014.07.24

Comments:
:  Application for employment; Copy of WV Coaching Certificate; Current employees submit Extra Curricular Bid Sheet (located on the county website) Incomplete application packets will not be considered. 
E15-501-3

Apply to:
Judith A. Stalnaker, Personnel Director 
Gilmer County Schools 
201 N. Court Street 
Glenville, WV 26351 
 
Fax: 304.462.5103

County Contact Email:

WVSSAC Works to Improve Athlete Safety

The Gilmer Free Press

The WVSSAC Sports Medicine Committee is continuing discussions on health and safety related issues for student athletes in member high and middle schools. The committee, consisting of medical doctors, certified athletic trainers, physical therapist and chiropractors meets several times each year.

The WVSSAC has been a national leader in developing the return-to-play protocol for athletes who have been identified with signs or symptoms of a concussion. The committee has turned its attention to developing a template for schools to review their emergency action plans during interscholastic activities.

This emergency action plan would include sudden cardiac arrest awareness and the use of AED’s.  Dr. Greg Elkins of Hamlin, a member of the National Federation of High School State Associations Sports Medicine Advisory Committee, as well as the WVSSAC Sports Medicine Committee, said, “The development and implementation of emergency action plans (EAPs) for interscholastic practices and games is extremely important for us in West Virginia where very few schools have athletic trainers for all sports. Understanding and practicing what to do in an emergency can decrease the time before treatment is started which has been proven to save lives.”

Gary Ray, SSAC Executive Director said, “We need to provide the leadership to ensure that our student athletes and fans attending the games are as safe as possible. This committee is invaluable in researching and recommending the necessary direction to provide a safe environment. Any activity has inherent risks but with the assistance of these medical professionals we hope to minimize that risk”.

Recently the Sports Medicine Committee developed guidelines for heat and hydration and reviewed the annual physical exam forms to include information to parents about concussions. The committee is studying the impact of the new program implemented by U.S.A. Youth Football, “Heads Up Football,” which hopes to change coaching techniques, as well as player and parent attitudes towards football safety at all youth levels.

Dr. Dan Martin, Professor of Exercise Science and Athletic Training at West Virginia Wesleyan College, annually collects data from member schools to examine the nature and severity of interscholastic related injuries during competition and practice. This information helps the committee to discuss potential high risk behaviors and recommend changes to the rules governing sports activities.

Ray said, “This may well be the most important committee that serves the WVSSAC. Without their leadership and dedication, we could not be able to provide coaches, officials, school administrators, athletes and parents the most updated information regarding sports related health and safety issues”.

Katie Avery Named GSC Head Volleyball Coach

Glenville State College has announced the hiring of Katie Avery as the new Head Lady Pioneer Volleyball Coach.

Coach Avery comes to GSC from Charleston, West Virginia where she has spent the last year working as a personal trainer at a Nautilus Fitness Center.

Avery graduated from West Virginia State University in 2013 with a degree in Sport Studies.

While at WVSU she was a four year starter for their volleyball team from 2009-2012, were she also served as captain of the team.

The Gilmer Free Press
Glenville State College has announced the hiring of
Katie Avery as the new Head Lady Pioneer Volleyball Coach


In 2013 she spent the season on the sidelines as a student assistant for the Yellow Jackets.

She is a 2009 graduate of Winfield High School where she helped win a State Championship in 2006.

“I am honored and blessed for Glenville State giving me this great opportunity. I am excited and ready to take the Lady Pioneers Volleyball program to the next level,” stated Avery.

“Coach Avery has been around the Mountain East Conference (MEC) and has worked under good leadership. I’m confident that she is ready to lead our volleyball program and to help the Lady Pioneers excel,” said GSC Athletic Director Janet Bailey.

She replaces former head coach Camai Roberson who left the program in March of 2014.

Avery resides in Glenville.

For more information about Pioneer Athletics at Glenville State College, contact 304.462.6238.

G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Head Varsity Football Coach - GCHS

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Title:
Head Varsity Football Coach

Grade Level:
High School

Description:
Professional and Interpersonal Relations 
 
1.cooperates with building principal, 
 
2.cooperates with athletic director, 
 
3.develops rapport with coaching staff within the school, 
 
4.organizes coaching staff, 
 
5.develops positive relationship with participants, 
 
6. develops positive relationship with student body, 
 
7.develops positive relationship with faculty, 
 
8.develops positive relationship with parents and community, 
 
9.develops positive relationship with game officials, 
 
10.develops positive relationship with news media, 
 
11.develops positive relationship with opponents, 
 
12.employs appropriate conduct during games, 
 
13.employs appropriate conduct during practices, 
 
14.attends league, conference and WVSSAC, 
 
15.participates in activities that foster professional growth and development, 
 
16.motivates staff and players toward desired goals, and commands respect by example in appearance, manners, behavior and language. 
 
Coaching and Related Areas 
 
17.develops high caliber and quality instruction, 
 
18.teaches fundamental skills, 
 
19.handles athletic injuries, 
 
20.cares for equipment, 
 
21.supervises participants and disciplines team appropriately, 
 
22.designs quality organization of practice sessions, 
 
23.designs pre-season planning, 
 
24.supervises managers and other support personnel, 
 
25.manages budget, 
 
26.follows purchasing procedures, 
 
27.initiates game organizational skills, 
 
28.follows board of education, league, conference, and WVSSAC policies, 
 
29.devotes time and energy to coaching duties, 
 
30.follows end of season procedures, 
 
31.performs other duties as assigned by principal/athletic director. 
 

Job Location or School Name:
Gilmer County High School

City:
Glenville

County:
Gilmer

Qualifications:

* Hold or qualify for West Virginia Certificate as required under State Board Policy 5202 
 
* Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out responsibilities of the position. 

Salary:
Per State Adopted Salary Schedule

Closing Date:
2014.07.10

Comments:

SUBMIT:  Application for employment; Copy of WV Coaching Certificate; Current employees submit Extra Curricular Bid Sheet (located on the county website) Incomplete application packets will not be considered. 
 
E15-501-02

Apply to:
Judith A. Stalnaker, Personnel Director 
Gilmer County Schools 
201 N. Court Street 
Glenville, WV 26351 
 
Fax: 304.462.5103

County Contact Email:
“jstalnaker@k12.wv.us”

Lauren Wheatley to Play Volleyball at GSC

The Gilmer Free Press

Glenville State College is happy to announce Lauren Wheatley as the latest addition to the Pioneers volleyball program.

Wheatley was a standout performer at T.R. Robinson High School where she played under head coach Christen Garcia.

Wheatley was a three year starter at Robinson where she played the position of middle hitter.

As a senior, Wheatley played a key role in the Robinson volleyball team winning its third straight district title also earning the team’s first Regional Championship and State Semi-Final berth since 1978.

The Knights finished 6-0 in division 5A district 9 play.

“It was the 3rd District championship for Lauren and our senior class, who also won as sophomores,” Coach Garcia said.

“Their leadership has been essential to our success.”

Robinson ended up finishing the regular season with a 14-14 overall record.

Lauren enjoyed a strong senior year as she tallied 177 kills, 46 blocks, 20 digs and 40 aces.

Lauren was named as the Robinson Offensive Player of the Year and received an All-County Team honorable mention.

Lauren Wheatley to Play Volleyball for GSC Lady Pioneers

The Gilmer Free Press

Glenville State College is happy to announce Lauren Wheatley as the latest addition to the Pioneers volleyball program.

Wheatley was a standout performer at T.R. Robinson High School where she played under head coach Christen Garcia.

Wheatley was a three year starter at Robinson where she played the position of middle hitter.

As a senior, Wheatley played a key role in the Robinson volleyball team winning its third straight district title also earning the team’s first Regional Championship and State Semi-Final berth since 1978.

The Knights finished 6-0 in division 5A district 9 play.

“It was the 3rd District championship for Lauren and our senior class, who also won as sophomores,” Coach Garcia said. “Their leadership has been essential to our success.”

Robinson ended up finishing the regular season with a 14-14 overall record.

Lauren enjoyed a strong senior year as she tallied 177 kills, 46 blocks, 20 digs and 40 aces.

Lauren was named as the Robinson Offensive Player of the Year and received an All-County Team honorable mention.

G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Head Mini Titan Volleyball Coach - GCHS

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POSITION: Head Mini Titan Volleyball Coach - Gilmer County High School

JOB DESCRIPTION:

FOR THE POSITION OF: Head Mini Titan Volleyball Coach

REPORTS TO: Principal/Athletic Director

JOB GOAL: To assist with participating student to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of discipline and an increased level of self-esteem.


Professional and Interpersonal Relations,

1. cooperates with building principal,

2. cooperates with athletic director,

3. develops rapport with coaching staff within the school,

4. organizes coaching staff,

5. develops positive relationship with participants,

6. develops positive relationship with student body,

7. develops positive relationship with faculty,

8. develops positive relationship with parents and community,

9. develops positive relationship with game officials,

10. develops positive relationship with news media,

11. develops positive relationship with opponents,

12. employs appropriate conduct during games,

13. employs appropriate conduct during practices,

14. attends league, conference and WVSSAC meetings as required

15. participates in activities that foster professional growth and development,

16. motivates staff and players toward desired goals, and commands respect by example in appearance, manners, behavior and language.


Coaching and Related Areas,

17. develops high caliber and quality instruction,

18. teaches fundamental skills,

19. handles athletic injuries,

20. cares for equipment,

21. supervises participants and disciplines team appropriately,

22. designs quality organization of practice sessions,

23. designs pre-season planning,

24. supervises managers and other support personnel,

25. manages budget,

26. follows purchasing procedures,

27. initiates game organizational skills,

28. follows board of education, league, conference, and WVSSAC policies,

29. devotes time and energy to coaching duties,

30. follows end of season procedures,

31.  performs other duties as assigned by principal/athletic director.


EMPLOYMENT TERM: 2014-2015 season

QUALIFICATIONS:

* Hold or qualify for West Virginia Certificate as required under State Board Policy 5202

* Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out responsibilities of the position.


SALARY: As per adopted salary schedule.

SUBMIT:

-Application for employment; Copy of WV Coaching Certificate;

-Current employees submit Extracurricular Bid Sheet (located on the county website)

- Incomplete application packets will not be considered.


SEND LETTER OF APPLICATION AND RESUME TO:

            Judith A. Stalnaker
            Personnel Director
            Gilmer County Schools
            201 North Court Street
            Glenville, WV 26351


MUST BE RECEIVED BY:  Friday, May 16, 2014 – 3:00 PM

As required by federal laws and regulations, the Gilmer County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, marital status, disability, age and national origin in employment and in the administration of any of its education programs or activities.  Inquires may be directed to Title IX Coordinator, Gilmer County Board of Education, 201 N. Court Street, Glenville, WV 26351, phone 304-462-7386; to the Elimination of Sex Discrimination Program Coordinator, 304.558.7864; or the US Department of Education’s Director of the Office of Civil Rights, 215.596.6795.

E14-501-20
Posted: 05.05.14

G-OB™: Gilmer County Schools Employment – Auxiliary Varsity Volleyball Coach - GCHS

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POSITION: Auxiliary Varsity Volleyball Coach - Gilmer County High School

JOB DESCRIPTION:

FOR THE POSITION OF: Auxiliary Varsity Volleyball Coach

REPORTS TO: Principal/Athletic Director/Head Coach

JOB GOAL: To assist with participating student to achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of discipline and an increased level of self-esteem.


Professional and Interpersonal Relations,

1. cooperates with building principal,

2. cooperates with athletic director,

3. develops rapport with coaching staff within the school,

4. organizes coaching staff,

5. develops positive relationship with participants,

6. develops positive relationship with student body,

7. develops positive relationship with faculty,

8. develops positive relationship with parents and community,

9. develops positive relationship with game officials,

10. develops positive relationship with news media,

11. develops positive relationship with opponents,

12. employs appropriate conduct during games,

13. employs appropriate conduct during practices,

14. attends league, conference and WVSSAC meetings as required

15. participates in activities that foster professional growth and development,

16. motivates staff and players toward desired goals, and commands respect by example in appearance, manners, behavior and language.


Coaching and Related Areas,

17. develops high caliber and quality instruction,

18. teaches fundamental skills,

19. handles athletic injuries,

20. cares for equipment,

21. supervises participants and disciplines team appropriately,

22. designs quality organization of practice sessions,

23. designs pre-season planning,

24. supervises managers and other support personnel,

25. manages budget,

26. follows purchasing procedures,

27. initiates game organizational skills,

28. follows board of education, league, conference, and WVSSAC policies,

29. devotes time and energy to coaching duties,

30. follows end of season procedures,

31.  performs other duties as assigned by principal/athletic director.


EMPLOYMENT TERM: 2014-2015 season

QUALIFICATIONS:

* Hold or qualify for West Virginia Certificate as required under State Board Policy 5202

* Possess the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully carry out responsibilities of the position.


SALARY: County Supplement - $1

SUBMIT:

-Application for employment; Copy of WV Coaching Certificate;

-Current employees submit Extracurricular Bid Sheet (located on the county website)

- Incomplete application packets will not be considered.


SEND LETTER OF APPLICATION AND RESUME TO:

            Judith A. Stalnaker
            Personnel Director
            Gilmer County Schools
            201 North Court Street
            Glenville, WV 26351


MUST BE RECEIVED BY:  Friday, May 16, 2014 – 3:00 PM

As required by federal laws and regulations, the Gilmer County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, marital status, disability, age and national origin in employment and in the administration of any of its education programs or activities.  Inquires may be directed to Title IX Coordinator, Gilmer County Board of Education, 201 N. Court Street, Glenville, WV 26351, phone 304-462-7386; to the Elimination of Sex Discrimination Program Coordinator, 304.558.7864; or the US Department of Education’s Director of the Office of Civil Rights, 215.596.6795.

E14-501-19
Posted: 05.05.14

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