Dublin ISD names head coaches, hires faculty members

Kellen Cervetto with wife, Stephanie. || Facebook photo



DUBLIN (June 25, 2015) — A new coach and one who has earned a promotion will be leading sports this fall for Dublin ISD. Callie Pomroy will take over as the head softball coach and teach high school English, while Kellen Cervetto has been promoted to the head baseball coach position.

“Coach Pomroy is a very passionate teacher and coach and it shows in how she carries herself and goes about her business. I believe she will stir up a lot of excitement in our softball program and be a good leader for our young ladies,” athletic director Bob Cervetto said.

Calli Pomroy
Calli Pomroy (BRAD KEITH/TheFlashToday.com)

Pomroy graduated from Colleyville Heritage High School but is originally from Irving. She graduated from Tarleton State University in 2013 and student taught at the ninth grade center in Granbury. Pomroy also substituted in Northwest, Southlake and Birdville last school year.

“I’m just excited to get started, to meet everybody and start getting to know their strengths and weaknesses,” Pomroy said. “The facilities and the atmosphere here in Dublin are incredible and everything around the school and the athletic program seem so exciting right now. It’s refreshing.”



Kellen Cervetto, son of Bob Cervetto, was already an assistant football and baseball coach at Dublin and teaches seventh grade math.

“Kellen obviously has been with us here and understands the expectations and the excitement in our athletic department. I think he’ll do a great job growing our baseball program and getting those kids excited to be a part of it,” Bob Cervetto said.

Kellen Cervetto with wife, Stephanie, and daughter, Caroline. || Facebook photo
Kellen Cervetto with wife, Stephanie, and daughter, Caroline. || Facebook photo

Kellen is primed and ready for the added responsibility.

“I’m real excited and ready to get going. I couldn’t be more ready to hit the ground running. We have a lot of kids returning and it could be a good year for us. We just have to keep working. If we do all the little things right, the big things will take care of themselves,” Kellen Cervetto said.

Additionally, the Dublin school board hired two teachers and a counselor at a special board meeting held on Thursday. At the elementary school, Joanie Bennett and Charlotte Robertson are returning to teach and Amanda Lisso will be the counselor.


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