Steve Bogan resigned as Maranatha High School head football coach after four seasons, the school announced last Friday.
The longtime coach guided the Minutemen to a 27-17-1 record in four years and will continue to teach through the semester.
“These past four years have been huge,” Bogan said. “They’ve been great. This is a great place with a great mission. I have taught two classes and will continue to teach. It’s just that a 33-mile drive started to wear on me. I started to think that I had to get closer to home. It’s just a long drive.
“Maranatha is a huge love deep in my heart. If you live in the Pasadena area with a child, then you need to consider this school. I have nothing negative to say about Maranatha. It’s been a great four years, and Athletic Directors Sammy Skinner and Eddie Arnett are good friends and mentors.”
The commute and commitment to the program took a toll on Bogan, who lives in Walnut. Continue reading “Bogan Steps Down as Maranatha Coach”
La Cañada High School Assistant Principal Mary Hazlett resigned on Wednesday to accept an assistant principal position at Agoura High School in Agoura Hills next school year, according to a news release from La Cañada Unified School District Superintendent Wendy Sinnette.
At LCHS, Hazlett served as assistant principal of discipline, athletics and activities for two years. In that time, she made several improvements in practices related to student service, Sinnette said. Continue reading “LCHS Assistant Principal Hired at Agoura HS”