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Athletic Director: Jim Gawriluk

Phone Extension: 44106

Message from the Athletic Director

Welcome to the 2017-2018 athletic programs at Deltona High School. Deltona High School Athletics is committed to the overall education of our student-athletes.  Participation in athletics plays an essential role in teaching students to conduct themselves with honesty and integrity, make sacrifices, strive for excellence, persevere through adversity and compete with dignity and pride while developing a commitment to teamwork. These character traits developed in high school athletics will provide a strong foundation for our athletes as they move on to the next stage in their lives. Our expectation is that all individuals associated with Deltona Athletics demonstrate respect for themselves and others, be loyal and honest, demonstrate good sportsmanship in victory and defeat, and support Deltona Athletics with Pride.

We are excited to welcome our new coaches to Deltona High School for the 2017-18 school year.  Vernon Shelton – assistant football, Larissa Maloney – head volleyball, Ethan Hutchins – head boys soccer and tennis, Scott Humphrey – head boys basketball, Brad Fraser – assistant boys basketball, Chris Dorminey – track. Their fresh ideas, enthusiasm and commitment to build and improve upon our past successes will benefit our athletes, school and community.

Hopefully the use of this website will answer some of the questions you may have and help you to better understand policies, procedures and traditions of Deltona Athletics and the FHSAA. If you have any further questions please contact the athletic office at 386-575-4153 ex 44106 or email [email protected].

With great anticipation I look forward to another exciting year from our athletic teams and the spirited support of our students, school staff and community. Go Wolves!

Biography

Jim Gawriluk is a product of the Volusia County School System being a 1971 graduate of New Smyrna Beach High School. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Mercer University and his Master’s from Delta State University. Coach Gawriluk started his professional career in 1975-76 as a teacher and coach in Griffin, Georgia, followed by teaching and coaching positions at Brooks County, Georgia; and Keystone Heights, Florida before coming to Deltona. Coach Gawriluk has taught Driver Education, Physical Education and Science and coached baseball (High School and College), boys and girls basketball and football in his career. After being the head baseball coach of the Wolves for 15 years, he served as an Assistant Athletic Director for a year before being promoted to Athletic Director. Coach Gawriluk is in his 29th year at DHS.