FRAMINGHAM – Framingham High athletics posted an ad for a girls cross-country coach for the fall sports season, which starts next week.
Phyllis Lowry, who had been head coach for the past two seasons, needed to step down as her job conflicted with the cross-country season schedule.
“My work hours changed, so I am not available to be there every day,” said Lowry to Source. She will stay on with the program as an assistant coach.
The “varsity position provides athletes advanced training in running through local trails and strength and conditioning,” stated the job posting.
The head coach would “supervise at meets at the Bay State League level and other invitational events.”
Home meets are at Farm Pond park.
The head coach would “promote the Core Values of Framingham High School while teaching student athletes how to be fierce competitors who win with humility and lose with grace.”
The position is a non-bargaining position, and is paid a stipend under the Framingham Teachers Association Unit A Contract.
The stipend is $4,600.
The position reports to Framingham Athletic Director Paul Spear.
Online applications only – https://framingham.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx