Todd Peterman serves as the Athletic Director and Head Football Coach for White Settlement ISD and the Brewer HS Bears. Prior to his arrival he spent 3 seasons at Head Coach and Asst. AD at DeSoto High School (DeSoto, TX). The 2016 team won the 6A-D2 State Championship. Peterman is one of the most prolific offensive play callers in the country serving as the DeSoto Eagles Offensive Coordinator from 2008-2015. Peterman’s teams earned national rankings in multiple categories including in 2009 being ranked the #1 offense in the nation and breaking the 5A Texas record for average yards per game (551). He has led an offense that has been ranked by Max-Preps, Rivals Ranking, ESPN Rankings and more.
Peterman, who has coached for 26 years including stints at, DeSoto, Denison, John Tyler, Terrell and Midland high schools, was an All-State defensive back and state champion pole vaulter at Rush Springs High School in Oklahoma and played college ball at Southeastern Oklahoma State before beginning his coaching career. Impactful at every level, Peterman often speaks at coaching clinics and was recently named the Offensive Coordinator in the Semper Fidelis All American Bowl.
He works closely with academic coordinators to monitor student-athlete status while maintaining UIL guidelines, has implemented tutorial programs for student-athletes and works with college recruiters to ensure NCAA eligibility for players helping them earn millions of dollars in scholarships every year. He is also supportive of additional sports and has been an assistant coach for both boys and girls state championship track teams.
Scott Galloway, MBA, LAT, ATC
Scott is currently the Associate Athletic Director for the White Settlement Independent School District. He served DeSoto ISD as Asst Athletic Director & Director of Sports Medicine from 1999-2013 and 2015 to 2018. Scott worked for Texas Health Resources from 2013-2015. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Health Education from Texas A&M University and an MBA in Healthcare Management from WGU Texas. Scott is licensed by the State of Texas and Certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association to practice as an Athletic Trainer. Scott has supported teams in 11 UIL state championships and 10 UIL state runner-ups. Scott is an author and presenter for the Texas High School Athletic Directors Associations’ athletic administrators certification course. Scott helped author and implement HB 2038 which governs how Texas public schools manage concussions. He is a frequent national speaker on topics including Sickle cell trait and sudden death, GPS and athletic performance, concussion, and program development. Scott was recently inducted into the inaugural Texas State Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Honor. Scott has been awarded the John Harvey Humanitarian Award, the James Dodson New Horizon Award, and the Eddie Wojecki Award by the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association. He currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer to the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association, and is past chairman of the Texas State Athletic Trainers Association.