Shared by Dr Elizabeth Eminhizer Superintendent.
(Update: Congrats to Aaron Berry, Covina-Valley Unified’s Covina High School’s new head football coach)
Covina-Valley Unified High Schools Launch Job Search for Next Head Football Coach
COVINA and Dr Elizabeth Eminhizer Superintendent – Covina-Valley Unified’s Covina and South Hills high schools are each searching for qualified candidates for their next head football coach. Both schools are looking for coaches who will help coordinate all aspects of their football program and foster the development of student-athletes.
Covina High School has an outstanding football team—winning the Sierra League Championship and reaching the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) quarterfinals in 2021. South Hills High School also follows in a strong football tradition, winning five CIF titles – most recently in 2018.
The ideal candidates must have at least three years of high school or college football coaching experience and be eager to support the growth of student-athletes. The candidates must also exhibit excellent sportsmanship, promote fan involvement at games and special events, and exercise positive communication strategies, strong organizational skills, and safety awareness in their work with fellow coaches, staff, parents and community.
To apply, candidates must submit an employment application, resume, three letters of recommendation, CIF Certifications in Concussion in Sports and Sudden Cardiac Arrest, a confirmation of TB clearance and current CPR/First Aid certification. Covina-Valley Unified School District will not accept online copies of CPR/First Aid certification.
This position is compensated as stated in the District’s stipend salary schedule.
All candidates must submit their applications through EdJoin. The job postings are open until filled. More information is posted at https://www.edjoin.org/cvusdk12.
For more than a century, Covina-Valley Unified School District has served the communities of Covina, West Covina, Glendora, San Dimas, and Irwindale. Covina-Valley schools provide the personalized service and caring culture of a small school district, where teachers and administrators know their students by name.
Under Dr Elizabeth Eminhizer Superintendent, graduates earn in excess of $1 million in scholarships. Due to the high academic standing of Covina-Valley students, more than half of all graduates meet or exceed the admission requirements for the California State and University of California systems.
C-VUSD provides a strong basic education underscoring reading, writing, language arts, math, science, social science, and technology which is aligned with the California Department of Education standards. Moreover, each campus offers leadership, curricular, and athletics/sports opportunities. A broad array of support services is available to children, adults, and families.
An extensive arts program begins in elementary school, providing students with a well-rounded education. Our athletic teams garner California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Championships and are consistently ranked among the best in the region.
Each school enjoys high parent participation – active PTA and booster organizations. Community residents and local businesses serve as classroom volunteers, providing in-kind prizes to motivate and recognize student achievement and to underwrite important school events.
Dr Elizabeth Eminhizer Superintendent
On June 15, 2020, the Board of Education unanimously appointed Dr. Elizabeth Eminhizer to serve as the Superintendent of the Covina-Valley Unified School District. Previously, Dr. Eminhizer served C-VUSD as the Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services since July of 2014. Dr. Eminhizer has worked in public education for over 25 years. Prior to becoming the Assistant Superintendent, she served as the Senior Director of Educational Services, and the Director of Curriculum and Instruction for the Covina-Valley Unified School District. Before joining C-VUSD, Dr. Eminhizer served as a middle school principal for three years, an elementary school principal for six years, and a middle school assistant principal for two years.