Jason Brittain serves as Athletic Director for Angleton ISD and the head football coach for AHS. He has 14 years of experience coaching and has spent nine of those years in Angleton. His wife, Lauren, teaches 4th grade at Frontier Elementary and his two sons, Jake and John David, attend Frontier.
Girls Athletic Coordinator
Cindy Rubio is the girls' athletics coordinator for AISD and head softball coach for AHS. She has 18 years of experience coaching and has been at AISD for 13 years. She teaches P.E. and athletics. Rubio and husband, Alex, have five children, Alexis, Cori, Makenna, Brandon and Brady.
AJH Girls' Coordinator
AJH Boys Coordinator
Marshall Hemond is the boys athletics coordinator at Angleton Junior High. He is the 8th-grade head football coach, defensive coordinator and coaches safeties and wide receivers. He is also the head track coach for AJH and coaches sprinters and pole vaulters. Hemond has spent 15 years with AISD and teaches athletics and P.E. at AJH. He has his wife, Veronica, have two children, Dean and Madison.
Every day we plan, practice and play to win. But that is not our purpose. Our purpose is our mission.
Our mission is to transform lives through the power of sport: one student-athlete, one team, one community at a time.
We believe our charge is to:
- Build on the strengths and gifts of each student-athlete and coach.
- Provide every student in the system with competitive opportunities and quality experiences.
- Instill, in every student, the belief that they can achieve more than they think possible.
- Develop the mindset that every adult in our program is responsible for and committed to providing a foundation for all the student-athletes in our care so that they successfully complete some form of higher education.
- Learn teamwork
- Develop self-discipline and respect for authority
- Understand the value of hard work and sacrifice
- Develop a strong desire to excel and win
- Learn goal-setting and its’ rewards
- Enjoy the rewards athletics has to offer