'A culture of thriving'
By Robert Proctor
The Cuero Record
Hurricane Harvey postponed and rescheduled many events throughout the county: one of those was moving Cuero ISD superintendent Dr. Micah Dyer from his spot as the Sept. 1 Cuero Development Corporation Community Leaders’ Meeting speaker to Dec. 1.
During introductions, Cuero ISD assistant superintendent for business and finance Mark Iacoponelli noted how Dyer was at the school everyday 12 to 14 hours each day during the hurricane.
“He kept saying our people,” Iacoponelli stated of how Dyer quickly embraced the school district and city.
Dyer came to Cuero from Lovelady ISD and is in his eighth year as a superintendent and 17th in education. From his start as a bus driver then coach, Dyer was essentially thrust into administration.
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