WHAT NOW? Dowling drops out as school district’s consultant in AD search

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Hound logoJust like that, Rusty Dowling will not be consulting the San Benito Consolidated Independent School District in its search for a new athletic director and head football coach.

According to SBCISD Interim Superintendent Dr. Ismael Cantu, the Board of Trustees will meet in executive session during a special board meeting scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 3, at the John F. Barron Administration Building to discuss which direction to take the search following Dowling’s departure.

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    • Bud on February 6, 2014 at 9:01 pm
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    R. Dowling has more class than the sitting board members who tried to tell him what to do.
    No, no, no SBCISD… you WERE Playing with the big boys and looked what happened
    This district will not move forward

    • Triple P on February 4, 2014 at 1:30 pm
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    Brownsville Hanna
    Brownsville Lopez
    Brownsville Rivera
    Brownsville Veterans Memorial
    Harlingen South
    Los Fresnos
    San Benito

    Whatever coach comes in will be sure to get paid well. With that schedule in the first year, the school board not taking their smarties, and putting up with the greyhound fans, a fat check will be a suffice reward for the season to come.

    No CHAMPIONship in the year to come. There is always the next year.

    School board = Jerry Jones
    Greyhounds = Cowboys

    Diehard fans.
    Overpay everybody.
    Spend money.
    Blame everyone else.
    There’s always next year.
    Disappointed fans.
    But we have a BAMF stadium!

    • A. Champion on February 4, 2014 at 11:22 am
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    hopefully the plan for our next CHAMPIONship will finally start

    • Triple P on February 4, 2014 at 9:50 am
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    Any news, word, heartbeat, sign of life from the board meeting that was suppose to take place yesterday (2/3/14) in regards to this story?

    1. Yep. Details will be in tomorrow’s News. Partial article and full e-Edition will be available this evening at sbnewspaper.com

    • Too little, too late on February 3, 2014 at 6:19 pm
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    Mr. Editor, I saw the story about Progreso ISD on channel 5 news and how it’s going to have background checks on its employees and that they have at least 2 with criminal pasts. I remember that San Benito CISD did this a few years ago, but nothing came of it because some of the ones with criminal pasts are blood relatives of sitting board members. I wish the San Benito news would expose the fact that the board knows this and hasn’t done a thing about it, except give those particular people raises. Why do other districts follow the TEA rules but not San Benito. Drug related crime and manslaughter. Wow, and they still have their jobs because of their relatives on the board. Yep, it is the 4.

    • MGN on February 2, 2014 at 9:48 am
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    I don’t blame the guy for dropping out. Who in their right state of mind would want to come and do business with SBCISD? unless your chuy, that is!!

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