Parents of varsity tennis players told the District 233 school board that all sports at Homewood-Flossmoor High School deserve the same attention as football, basketball and track.
The tennis team needs more support, they said, arguing that the team doesn’t have a coaching staff that can challenge players and help improve their game. They want a strong program that can get their players eligible for college scholarships, said parent Kenneth Wright who has served as a volunteer tennis coach.
During the school board’s Sept. 21 meeting, Wright told the board “there has to be some accountability” on . . .
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