Dexter Leader: New Dexter athletic director to focus on professional development, athletics branding
A new athletic director started Wednesday at Dexter Community Schools, according to a report in the Dexter Leader.
Kecskes told the newspaper two areas he intends to focus on are continuing education for coaches through professional development and making Dexter’s brand more “identifiable.”
The athletics director position was recreated in June, when the administration decided once again to separate its athletics and community services departments, saving the district an estimated $15,000 to $20,000.
Dexter’s former athletic director, Brett Steele, resigned in April after six months on the job because he disagreed with district’s vision to maintain a joint athletics and community services department, according to a previous report.
Read the complete Dexter Leader report about Kecskes here.