WAXAHACHIE — After 22 years as an athletic trainer for Waxahachie ISD, David “Doc” Bowdoin submitted his resignation to district officials Friday morning. Bowdoin began his tenure at WISD in 1995 where he has served as the head athletic trainer and director of sports medicine for Indian and Lady Indian athletics.

“Earlier today, WISD accepted the resignation of David “Doc” Bowdoin, long-time WISD head athletic trainer,” stated Jenny Bridges, WISD Director of Public Relations. “Doc Bowdoin has been employed with the district since 1995. His resignation is effective immediately.”

Bridges confirmed that the resignation is not related the that of Evan Brady, who resigned his position of as assistant head football coach and defensive coordinator Thursday afternoon.

On the Daily Light Facebook page, Amanda Bowdoin, Doc's wife, stated, "My husband has done a great job and he would like to spend time with his kids and wife. He wants to see his son who is special needs be around more often. We are at peace and wherever he goes or does, he will do an amazing job."

There is no additional information available at this time. This is an ongoing report.