HONOLULU - Kaiser High School named Timothy Seaman as its new football head coach.  Seaman has been teaching physical education at Kaiser for more than 30 years.

“Mahalo nui to Coach Seaman and the other applicants for their willingness to step forward and put forth their ideas for building and growing our football program,” said Kaiser High School Principal Justin Mew. “He distinguished himself through his deep understanding of the needs and challenges facing Kaiser Football and articulated an action plan, which is consistent with school and athletic administration philosophy.”

Seaman is also a Kaiser graduate.  Among his many accolades on the field and in the classroom, he has held coaching positions in football and track at Kaiser, and led Kaiser’s Junior Varsity Football program to an OIA Division II Championship in 2013.

“I look forward to working with the school community to rebuild our football program,” shared Seaman. “I encourage Kaiser students and parents who have any questions or are interested in trying out for our teams to contact me.”

Kaiser High School cancelled its junior varsity and varsity season early due to safety reasons and a shortage of players for the 2017 season.

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