ELKADER — Trevor Hunt has entered his second year at Central with a new title and new responsibilities.
His physical education schedule has changed, working not only with seventh- through 12th-graders, but with second- through fourth-graders as well.
Hunt also is the new middle school and high school activities director. When the position for the AD opened last spring, Hunt was eager to apply. Hunt “likes being involved with the many activities that happen with the school.
“This position helps me meet new people from different schools and sometimes across the state. Working with all of these different people really helps me grow as a person.”
Hunt’s new position comes with many responsibilities. He is responsible for finding concession workers and ticket takers, setting up the sports calendars and gym use calendars, finding officials and umpires for the games, and setting up an activities calendar that includes plays and band concerts.
Hunt is optimistic about his new responsibilities.
“It’s going well, but it takes a lot of time and energy to make things run smoothly,” he said. “I have had a lot of help from others and this makes it much easier. Nick Trenkamp, Aaron Reinhart and Allison Walch have been great help.”
Hunt’s favorite part about being the new the AD the leadership role and getting to meet and work with new people. Hunt tries to attend every activity at Central so coaches and players feel supported.
The Central football teams plays at Central City on Friday.