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Tyra  
FloTown  
December 4, 2011 2:49pm
 
4GT- your words are quite true about Floresville. FISD taxpayers pay plenty of taxes for the facilities that they have (I must say that the facilities are great but where are the rewards). People say we have the talent, but do we? The coach is a good coach and the staff is good too, but the problem I see; there are TOO many meddling parents. These coaches are constantly trying to please these "my child is better than your child" parents, those that sit at the practices watching from the fence and critize what the staff is doing. My thought is CLOSED practices. If the child's parent is there, that child does not get to play. We have the talent, just the talent is not always in the "right" kid. Poth and Stockdale went through adjusting phases when their current coaching staff came on board. Those meddling, my child is better than yours but does not have the talent that yours does parents, were the first to want the new coaches to get out of their town, but the school board, superintendent, and principals knew they had a great head coach/athletic director and staff and stood by what they hired them for. It took some adjusting for everyone, but look at them now-On top and still climbing in every sport. Look at the districts that do well, everyone is on the same playing field at their schools, not just "those" parents. There are plenty of them and the funny thing is it starts so young nowadays. Compare these pop warner teams to each other you'll see the difference already there and then look at the school team. Yes the wildcats in Floresville do great at pop warner then when they get into school play these students already have it in their heads they ARE the team (and unfortunately) so do the parents. Once that stops and everyone is equal no matter what then maybe FISD will have the teams to go with the facilities.
     
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