Turnover continues at Titusville High, where the school needs a new head football coach for the third time this year.
An e-mail from athletic director Tom Dean, himself relatively new to the school, confirmed that Kareem Jackson has resigned from the top football coaching position with the Terriers.
it is the fourth head football coach resignation at the school since the end of the 2017-18 school year and the third in 2019. Interviews for a replacement could begin this week, and practice opens July 29 across the state.
At the end of March, Jackson replaced Ken Knapczyk, who had been on the job about a month. Knapczyk was hired in late February, taking over for the departed Andrew Capuano, who left for a job out of state.
Capuano, in turn, had been the program's head coach for the 2018 season, following the resignation of five-year coach Wayne Lawrence in June of that year.
Titusville High principal Annetha Jones retired June 18 after two years in that job. Members of a parent-teacher group had been critical of Jones before she stepped down. On July 10, Jennifer Gonzalez was named principal.
This article first appeared on FloridaToday.com