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Little Elm ISD Announces Assistant Athletic Director

April 8, 2022

Little Elm ISD is pleased to announce Kendrick Brown as the Assistant Athletic Director for the District. He previously served as Head Football Coach and Assistant Athletic Director, a dual position he has served since 2015.

Brown is in his 22nd year of coaching, with eight of those years in Little Elm. Under his coaching leadership, 63 football players have signed to play collegiate football, 38 players have been honored as Academic All-State Players, he was the 2016 District 14-5A Coach of the Year, a feature speaker at the Glazier Football Clinics and the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators Conference, and he was listed as the Dallas Morning News Coaching Icons in the area.

“I want to thank all of the coaches and players who I have had the privilege to work alongside as the head coach of Little Elm Football,” said Brown. “This football program has a great future and is in a position to do some awesome things. I am excited to continue my work in this new role that will allow me to help strengthen athletics across the District.”

Michael Young, athletic director, said that when you have a 6A athletic program with so many sports, it is important to put people in positions that can help support the coaching staff and student athletes. “First of all, Coach Brown has a great relationship with our students and coaches. He also knows what it takes to create a winning culture, build programs that give student athletes the opportunity to compete at the highest level, while focusing on building character among student athletes,” said Young.

Little Elm ISD will begin its search for a head football coach as soon as next week.