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Superintendent Letters 2023-2024

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Dexter Community Schools Transportation Department has been diligently working to modify routes based on information from The Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC).  The WCRC has notified us that there will be numerous road closures in our area, which will require us to make multiple route changes within the district. 

PLEASE NOTE:  These changes take effect Monday, April 15th.  All stop time and location information has been updated to the district website on the Transportation page.  Look for the gray button labeled “BUS ROUTES”.  Some stops have been reduced to a larger group stop from individual addresses to accommodate the detours.

Read More about Road Construction Update - Bus Route Changes
MC wrestling coaches and BOE President Mara Greatorex

Today we are pleased to celebrate not one but a whole constellation of shining stars: the Mill Creek Wrestling team coaches. Several people including teachers, administrators, a coach of another sport, and parents brought the team to our attention. Last year, our middle school wrestling team had just four members and two of them were 6th graders. We wondered if the program would be able to stay afloat. This year, four new coaches took over the program: Head Coach Ryan Dinius and Assistant Coaches Scott Westfall, Jeff Backus, and Coach Todd Pearsall. 

Read More about Shining Stars - Mill Creek Wrestling Coaches
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As you have probably heard, there will be a solar eclipse occurring on Monday, April 8th starting at ~1:57pm and ending at ~4:26pm, with the fullest stage happening at (98.3% coverage) ~3:13pm....This eclipse is a rare opportunity for a compelling and very concrete science lesson. We understand that the weather may make all of this planning obsolete, but we wanted to let you know how we are preparing. 

Read More about Superintendent Update 4-3-2024
Stinebaugh Shining Star

Custodian, alumnus, and Dreadnaught parent Neil Stinebaugh's work is exemplary. He pays great attention to detail, pays attention to the big picture, and is always ready to pitch in wherever help is needed. Director of Facilities Brian Schuler had this to say: “Neil always puts in 100% effort. He has a great attitude and treats everyone with respect and kindness.  He is always willing to step up and help when and wherever it is needed." 

Read More about Shining Star - Neil Stinebaugh

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