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Decatur practices first code red drill in two years

Decatur practices first code red drill in two years

November 16, 2018

Decatur had its first hard/soft lock-in in two years on Friday, Nov. 2. Administrators advised first period teachers and students to close and lock classroom doors, turn off lights and sit in concealed corners or use desks to hide themself.

Decatur City Dance Company hosts fall performance

Decatur City Dance Company hosts fall performance

November 16, 2018

On Saturday, Nov. 10 and Sunday, Nov. 11, the Decatur City Dance Company (DCD) hosted a fall performance titled “Classic 2 Contemporary” at the Uhry Theater of Druid Hills High School.

DHS Implements New Spirit Points System

DHS Implements New Spirit Points System

November 15, 2018

Instead of the usual cheers, Decatur’s four classes performed in the “In My Feelings” challenge ...

Agnes Scott Muslim Association raises money for Yemen

Agnes Scott Muslim Association raises money for Yemen

November 14, 2018

On Nov. 8 Muslims and allies gathered at an annual unity banquet hosted by the Agnes Scott Muslim Student Association (MSA) and raised money for impoverished Muslims in Yemen. The banquet had speakers from the Muslims of the World organization and the Islamic Speakers Bureau to bring in attendees.

Candlelight vigil held in honor for Kennedy Segars

Candlelight vigil held in honor for Kennedy Segars

November 9, 2018

On Wednesday, Oct. 24, family, staff, friends and former classmates gathered in the Decatur Stadium for a ca...

Decatur hosts first “Biketober”

Decatur hosts first “Biketober”

October 31, 2018

Decatur SGA members awarded students who walked or biked to school this morning.

Spanish department holds inaugural cultural heritage event

Spanish department holds inaugural cultural heritage event

October 31, 2018

Spanish music echoed throughout the cafeteria on Oct. 26, 2018 as the Decatur Spanish department held the first Spanish Heritage Performances. The event featured Decatur musicians, actors and athletes as they came together to create shows honoring Latin American culture.

Styrofoam to Biodegradable

Styrofoam to Biodegradable

October 18, 2018

After eating lunch in Decatur’s cafeteria, do you ever wonder where your trash is going? Outside of...

In Wake of a Tragedy

In Wake of a Tragedy

October 17, 2018

A year after the infamous Unite the Right protest, Charlottesville still feels the effects of the tragic death of Heather Heyer. On the anniversary of the tragedy, more violence broke out.

Paleontology group delves into Georgia’s past

Paleontology group delves into Georgia’s past

October 16, 2018

On Saturday, Sept. 22, 25 members of the Paleontology Association of Georgia set out to the Sandersville area, two hours southeast of Decatur. Their mission: to collect fossils.

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