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A Christmas Tree Story

A Christmas Tree Story

December 21, 2018

Chemistry teacher Dr. DeWeese shares his experience growing up on a Christmas tree farm.

Teaching in a tumultuous time

Teaching in a tumultuous time

May 24, 2018

Refugee Family Literacy (RFL) is an organization that represents cultural tolerance. With years of experience teaching previously as an APUSH teacher at DHS, Susan Brown joined RFL to teach refugees from around the world how to read and write.

Sophomore participates in local art exhibit

Sophomore participates in local art exhibit

December 18, 2017

On Dec. 1, the annual art exhibit highlighting artwork from Decatur students began at the Decatur public library. The exhibit features stunning drawings and abstract works created by students in the Decatur High School art program.

The Journey of Hope

The Journey of Hope

October 30, 2017

The Journey of Hope is a cross country journey that takes place on the west coast and travels to the east coast spreading awareness for people with disabilities.

Hurricane affects Decatur residents

Hurricane affects Decatur residents

September 26, 2017

Hurricane Harvey, which has devastated Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi, has produced 51.88 inches of rain, displaced 42,399 people and cost $125 billion in damage (ABC News). This category 4 hurricane first hit Aransas County, located on the Gulf of Mexico, on August 25, 2017.

Renfroe’s “beacon of light” teacher starts youth organization

Renfroe’s “beacon of light” teacher starts youth organization

September 19, 2016

Last school year, RMS teacher Teresa Davis created Youth Platform, am organization for middle and high school students in Decatur.

Former teacher commemorated after death

Former teacher commemorated after death

April 22, 2016

Edgar (Eddie) Fowlkes, retired Decatur High School (DHS) graphic arts teacher, baseball coach and cross country coach, passed away two Fridays ago on April 25, 2016. But the community hasn’t forgotten him.

Teacher-led investigation sheds new light on racial issues at Decatur

Teacher-led investigation sheds new light on racial issues at Decatur

February 23, 2016

“It might not be the 1960s,” David Schaar said, “but it’s a historic time for civil rights.” Schaar,...

Science is fun

April 14, 2015

Former Renfroe science teacher Kristen Thornton-Webb left her job and founded The Science of Fun.

Teacher adopts children from China

October 26, 2012

Many students only interact with teachers during class time or additional assistance before or after...

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