Don Delbon was one of the first coaches hired to work at Terra Nova High School when it opened in 1961. He first coached frosh football and baseball. Later he coached the school's varsity basketball team, finishing in second place his first season; he served as head coach for 10 years. During his 19 years at Terra Nova, he served as a teacher, attendance supervisor, vice principal administration, director of student activities and coach. He currently is the Service Commission advisor at Westmoor High School. Now in his 53rd year with the Jefferson Union High School, he has become the longest serving employee in the history of the District. Don also played basketball for the KYA Radio Oneders while teaching at Terra Nova; he was the team's leading scorer with 28 points per game. The program, which ran for seven years, raised over $100,000 a year for Bay Area schools.