Frank Sandoval, who has served as Mexia High School’s athletic director and head football coach since 2017, will assume the head football coach post at West Mesquite High School beginning this month.
Sandoval, a 2009 graduate of Texas A&M-Commerce, has 10 years of coaching experience. This includes positions at Terrell, Cedar Hill and Community high schools. During his tenure at Mexia High School, he led his team to two 4A Division II Bi-District Championships and the distinction of 2019 Texas Football 4A D2 Highest Outperforming Team.
Also that year, Sandoval was recognized as a Top 40 Under 40 Coach of Texas and Dave Campbell’s 4A Coach of the Week.
In 2014, as Cedar Hill High School’s defensive line coach, he helped lead the team to the 6A Division II State Championship among many other accomplishments.
“Frank Sandoval has a dynamic personality and energy level and is the right fit for West Mesquite High School,” said Mesquite ISD’s Administrative Officer for Athletics Kody Groves. “He cares deeply for education, students and staff,” said Groves, adding Sandoval’s assistant coaches frequently earn Teacher of the Year Awards. “We look forward to seeing the team under Frank’s leadership and the continued success for West Mesquite football,” he said.
“My coaching values align with Superintendent Dr. Vroonland’s vision for Mesquite ISD: setting up kids for success in life,” said Sandoval. “My first goal on the job will be to establish trust with the students and faculty. We’re a family.”
The Varsity Boys soccer team visited Floyd Elementary school last week to read to the students.
Yearbook is a permanent memory of your life at West. What a great life: dress-up days, traditions, sports, clubs, EVERYTHING you are involved in. You need to get your down payment on the book now so you have time to pay it off before it arrives in May. Total cost is $60--a lot less than a pair of Jordans and it will be with you forever. Pay in B-205 or at the ticket booth.
English Lock Ins will meet in the auditorium on Thursday, November 14th, Thursday, November 21st, and Thursday, December 5th. There will be a 6:00 p.m. bus and Chick-fil-A as well as other prizes provided.
Friday, November 22, 2019 will be a jeans day fundraiser for prom. Any person wearing jeans must pay. Cost is $2 for students and $5 for adults.
Join us for an informal -- yet informative -- session with our current Board Members who will share facts about what is required, what it means to serve and how to run for a seat. The Prospective Board Member Information Session will take place at the Administration Building, 3819 Towne Crossing Blvd., on Tuesday, Nov. 12. A light meal will be served, so be sure to RSVP to Laura Jobe at firstname.lastname@example.org or 972-882-7406 if you plan to attend.
Each fall, Mesquite ISD honors its former students who have served in the armed forces by including them in a tribute video. Each school's video is played at a home football game during the fall season. Click on the photo below to view the 2019 Veteran Tribute Video for WMHS.
Twenty WMHS students involved in Crime Stoppers recently volunteered at 4 a.m. on a Saturday to feed the homeless. Students volunteer at the Salvation Army the fourth Saturday of every month to prep food and feed our community. So proud of our students!