More bad news for Dan Doyle, the embattled executive director of the Institute for International Sport: the American School for the Deaf, which was slated to be the new site for Doyle’s privately run summer camps, has told Doyle to find another location.
As The Courant’s Amanda Falcone reports,the decision by the school follows revelations that Doyle’s “Camp Renaissance” and basketball-skills camps have never been licensed by the state.
The camps, through which thousands of West Hartford kids have passed, had been held for years at Kingswood Oxford School. But a month ago, amid questions about financial mismanagement at the Institute, KO began reevaluating its agreement to host the camps, and Doyle announced he was relocating to the American School for the Deaf.
The future of the camps, which were scheduled to begin in about three months, is unclear.
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