Hays High School head baseball coach passes away

David Null, a full-time chemistry teacher and baseball coach for Hays High School passed away Sunday morning.

According to a Hays CISD Facebook post, district crisis counselors will be working with students tomorrow. They met with the baseball team today.

Hays High School Principal David Pierce included this statement in the letter:

Dear Hays High School Families:
It is with great sadness that I inform you of the death of a Hays High School teacher, Mr. David Null. Mr. Null taught A.P. Chemistry and was our baseball coach. He passed away early this morning. Details regarding services will be shared once they become available from the family.
We at Hays High School are concerned with our students’ reaction to this sad event. In order to help them adjust to the loss, we have arranged for our Hays High School counseling team to be on hand to support our students. Students will be encouraged to visit our counseling center to receive support while at school if needed.
Please be assured that assisting our students through this difficult period is our priority. Thank you for your continued support. If you wish to talk with one of our counseling team members, please do not hesitate to contact us at (512) 268-2911.

Sincerely,
David R. Pierce
Principal, Jack C. Hays High School

 

 

We have some sad news to share today. Hays High School lost a beloved teacher and coach this morning - Mr. David...

Posted by Hays CISD on Sunday, February 28, 2016

 

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