Holliday fans will notice a familiar name in the coaching ranks this fall.
Kaleb Carver, son of longtime Holliday ISD coach and current middle school principal Kelly Carver, joins the Eagles’ staff this fall as the outside reciever coach.
“Holliday has always held a special place in my heart and I am honored to be coaching alongside the same coaches that coached me throughout my years at Holliday,” Carver said. “Even more meaningful, I will be able to coach alongside my uncle, Ryan Menasco.”
Carver earned a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of North Texas in 2019. He served as a student manager for the women’s basketball team from 2015-17 before becoming a resident assistant from 2017-19. As an RA, he was tasked with coordinating and managing the resident hall’s intramural team.
The former HHS standout most recently worked as a student-teacher at Hebron High School from August to December of 2019. He taught three classes of US History and boasted an 87% passing rate for the STAAR test.
“I’m looking forward to learning from the coaches and growing as a coach myself,” Carver added. “This will be my first year in a coaching position; therefore, I know I have a lot to learn and I am excited to see what this year has to offer.”