Dexter Community Schools
7714 Ann Arbor Rd. [map
Dexter Community Schools.Enrollment (2022-2023): 3,600. Superintendent Christopher Timmis. firstname.lastname@example.org, dexterschools.org
The school board usually meets two Mondays a month, 7 p.m. at Bates School, 2704 Baker Rd. Elections are held 1st Tues. in Nov. Mara Greatorex (president), Elise Bruderly (vice president), Richard Lundy (treasurer), Brian Arnold (secretary). Daniel Alabré, Jennifer Kangas, Melanie Szawara (trustees). dexterschools.org/district/board-of-education
The Educational Foundation of Dexter (EFD) is a nonprofit led by community members to provide financial support to promote excellence in education in Dexter Community Schools through the funding of teacher-authored grants, building-level grants, and district initiatives. P.O. Box 375, Dexter 48130. email@example.com, efdexter.org
Anchor Elementary School (young 5-2nd grade), 7480 Dan Hoey, Building A. (734) 424-4120 Katie Heikkila, assistant principal.
Beacon Elementary School (young 5-2nd grade), 7480 Dan Hoey, Building B. (734) 424-4130. Brooke Stidham, principal.
Wylie Elementary School (grades 3 & 4), 3060 Kensington. (734) 424-4140. Katie See, principal.
Creekside Intermediate School (grades 5 & 6), 2615 Baker. (734) 424-4160. Tammy Reich, principal.
Mill Creek Middle School (grades 7 & 8), 7305 Dexter-Ann Arbor. (734) 424-4150. Ken Koenig, principal.
Dexter High School (grades 9-12), 2200 N. Parker. (734) 424-4240. Melanie Nowak, principal. Comprehensive high school. Offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma and Dexter Early Middle College programs to juniors and seniors.
Career and technical education. Director Ryan Rowe, (734) 401-4371. The South and West Washtenaw Consortium provides career and technical instruction and arranges cooperative education, internships, and work experience for high school students. firstname.lastname@example.org, salineschools.org/schools/swwc/
Special education. Director Ann Nakon, (734) 424-4100, ext. 6052. Early intervention and prevention services, classrooms for children ages 3-5 who meet eligibility criteria, county and local teacher consultants, resource rooms, speech and language services, occupational and physical therapists, school psychologists and social workers, and administrative support. Countywide programs for elementary and secondary students with emotional or behavioral challenges, autism, hearing impairments, or severe cognitive or multiple impairments. dexterschools.org/special-education
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