FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 16, 2015
Adam Fischer announced as Farmington High School’s new Football Coach
FARMINGTON, Minn., March 16, 2015 – Farmington High School has found a new Head Football Coach for the 2015-16 season and his name is Adam Fischer. Coach Fischer has been the Head Football Coach at Fridley High School for the past three and a half years. There he was responsible for program management for grades 8-12 and for coordinating their strength program for all students, grades 9-12. As a part of his position he created a booster club, a marketing plan, and a management plan. “I take my position in the school community very seriously. I work hard to stay involved and support as many of my students as I can,” said Coach Fischer.
Farmington High School has been looking for a new Head Football Coach since Mark Froehling announced his retirement from the position in November of 2014. Mr. Froehling held the position for 15 years. While Mr. Froehling will be greatly missed at football practice, Farmington High School is excited by all Coach Fischer can bring to the team and he is equally excited by the new opportunity. “Farmington is a great school that values their students and staff. I want to be a part of this great organization,” he said.
Farmington Area Public Schools serve more than 6,500 students and 30,000 residents with K-12, Community Education and Special Education programs. The mission of Farmington Area Public Schools is to ensure each student reaches his or her highest aspirations while embracing responsibility to community. For more information please visit www.farmington.k12.mn.us or contact Sally McConnaughey at (651)463-5079, email@example.com.