This year is Rhonda Miles's first year in Yulee. She says the players, coaches, and community has made her feel welcomed. Even after her son, Henri, graduates at the end of the year, she plans to stay.
Beth Shrader's son plays on the Varsity football team at Atlantic Coast, and she works the concession stand on Football Fridays. But she teaches at Mandarin High. So, what will she do when the two schools face off later in the year?