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Latest Activities Hires for CCHS Announced

Jefferson City Public Schools proudly announced the latest activities hires for both Capital City High School and Jefferson City High School.
(June 12, 2019)

 

CCHS Dance Coach, Emma Montgomery

Emma Montgomery will become the first Dance Team Coach for CCHS this fall. Coach Montgomery is a dance instructor at Dancers’ Alley in Jefferson City. She has also provided dance instruction for Dancearts in Columbia and served as an assistant coach for the Hickman High School dance team.  

“Emma is sure to put her leadership and communication skills to work and will contribute greatly to student success in and out of the classroom at CCHS,” said CCHS Activities Director Robert Ndessokia.

 

JCHS Boys Basketball Head Coach, Tony Phillips

Coach Phillips has had a variety of successful coaching seasons including girls and boys high school baseball, football and basketball. He has also received accolades such as MOAHPERD Teacher of the Year, Conference Baseball Coach of the year (four times), and Tri-County Conference Coach of the Year (girls basketball).  Coach Phillips led wrestling for New Bloomfield and assisted with baseball from 2000-2005. He most recently coached various sports for Southern Boone County Schools, which includes a 2016 Conference Championship for the varsity girls basketball team.

“Coach Phillips has a passion to see students succeed - both in and out of the classroom,” said JCHS Activities Director Chad Rizner. “His competitive, yet caring, demeanor is sure to create a favorable culture for our boys basketball program.”  

 

CCHS Baseball Head Coach & Interim Head Softball Coach, Brett Skinner

Coach Skinner has been a part of the JCPS staff since August 2016 when he implemented Math 180 instruction for middle school students at JCAC. Most recently, he was a business teacher at Simonsen 9th Grade Center. He has also coached both baseball and softball for JCHS from January 2012 to the most current baseball season, spending four years on baseball staff and one year with softball.  

“Coach Skinner possesses excellent leadership, organizational and time-management skills,” said CCHS Activities Director Robert Ndessokia. “He has an innate ability to quickly adapt to changing environments inside the classroom and also on the field of play.”

 

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