Keystone School District Chief Cheerleading Coach’s Dismissal Puts Program on Hold

Resignation of Keystone School District’s Varsity Cheerleading Head Coach Puts Program on Hold

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KNOX, Pa. (EYT) — The recent resignation of the Keystone School District varsity’s head cheerleading coach will put the program on hold until a new coach is hired.

(Photo taken by Jacob Deemer/EYT.)

The Keystone School Board approved the resignation of varsity cheerleading head coach Taylor Hoffman during its monthly meeting on Monday, October 17.

The roster will be led by a junior high coach, Alesha Lee, through Friday, Oct. 28, according to Keystone School District acting superintendent Michael McCormick.

Another assistant coach and junior high head coach, Dalton Schultz, is a candidate for the varsity head coaching position. However, high school principal Kelli McNaughton noted that Schultz would not be available until January.

Board member James Beary asked McNaughton, “Is that pushing back the program until we have a coach?”

McNaughton replied: “I would say so. If (Lee) isn’t here after October 28th, we don’t have anyone for the basketball season.”

“I’ll be reaching out to (Schultz) to see if he’d like to apply for that, but again he won’t be back until January.”

The board subsequently approved an application to publish and promote the position of head cheerleading coach for the university.

In other matters, the Board members approved:

– The extension of McCormick’s contract to January 16, 2023, which is the expected time for the hiring of a new superintendent.

This is McCormick’s second assignment as Acting Superintendent. He was appointed on July 2, 2022 following Teresa Young’s resignation. He also served as Acting Superintendent from April 1, 2021 to August 9, 2021.

According to McCormick, there is no evidence of a permanent superintendent. The school received approval to post and advertise the position on August 15, 2022.

– The hiring of a new Technology Education/Industrial Arts teacher, Jason Kniser. Kniser will fill the vacant position after Tom Crumlish tendered his resignation in September.

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