I'm almost positive that they get paid. Yes, they have to volunteer to run an extra curricular, but they get paid still (I think).You think so? I sort of doubt it. I think I heard them say that they just volunteer once.I'm pretty sure that at my school, any teacher that runs and extra curricular activity gets paid a little extra. That means, that yes, the Science Olympiad coaches at my school are paid a little bit, but I'm not sure how much (obviously).
Well, I've heard my SO coach, chess coach, and soccer coach say to the team that "they're not getting paid to do this" after we have a bad practice or game. So unless they're lying, which I highly doubt they're doing, they volunteer for the post. I don't think anyone else here gets paid to coach a team, but I could be wrong. The ones I know don't.But would you know? Why would you?Why are we all coming up with theories for only FM? Surely there have to be other schools like them?
And why are coaches paid? No coach I know gets paid.
On Long Island, almost all club advisers get paid. Just not very much.
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