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Allison Davis Named RHS Head Volleyball Coach

Republic School District would like to welcome Coach Allison Davis to our team. The Board of Education approved Davis to serve as Head Volleyball Coach and to teach physical education at Republic High School for the 2019-20 school year. Davis brings with her eleven years of successful coaching and teaching experience, eight of which were in head coaching positions. Her track record of on-court success in her previous positions along with her experience in leading all facets of a volleyball program make her an excellent fit for Republic.


davis 1 Davis is known for her dedication to developing players into leaders both on and off the court. When asked about her goals for Republic she indicated, “I look forward to building on the prior successes of this Republic program by setting expectations for each athlete that instills a hunger for success and becoming the best they can be on and off the court. I’m excited to meet the team and begin preparing for next season."


Most recently, Davis served as the head volleyball coach at Parkview High School where she was also a physical education and health teacher. Prior to her time at Parkview, Davis served as the head volleyball coach at Pierce City High School. She also served as head coach at Jarrett Middle School and assistant coach at Pershing Middle School. During her previous head coaching positions, she lead her teams to two state quarterfinal appearances and was also named Coach of the Year in 2011 and 2013 for the Spring River Valley Conference. In addition, prior to her coaching career Davis spent nine years as a Recreation Supervisor for the City of Republic.


The RHS volleyball team received this news from Principal, Mr. Overstreet and Activities Director, Mr. Fisher on Friday, January 18, and will have the opportunity to meet Coach Davis in person on January 23.


Coach Davis will be joining the Republic community along with her husband, Beau and children. Welcome to Coach Davis and her family!