Anna Bull in her role as Lady Seahawks soccer coach. [ DAVID ADLERSTEIN | THE TIMES ]
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FCHS gets first female athletic director

Franklin County High School has its first female athletic director

Principal Danielle Rossen said elementary school teacher Anna Bull has been selected to fill the athletic director post, which has an annual stipend of $4,614.

“I’m really excited about this opportunity,” said Bull. “I feel like there is so much we can do to grow Franklin County athletics and I feel honored to be able to lead that charge.”

Bull, 38, holds a bachelor of science in physical education from Florida State University. She began her teaching career at Mandarin Middle School in Jacksonville, where for two years she coached girls soccer and swimming

Bull then moved to Austin, Texas and taught physical education and was athletic director at the Austin Jewish Academy, a small K-8 private school. She coached almost every sport during her 12 years there.

Now in her second year at Franklin, Bull teaches elementary physical education and coaches girls soccer, cross country, and track.



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