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Kyle Breth returns to his alma mater

DCHS Journalism

Kyle Breth is the new industrials arts teacher at Decatur Community High School. He is also teaching drafting and carpentry.

Mr. Breth graduated from Decatur Community High School in 2014, and in May he got his teaching degree from Fort Hays State University. He has two younger brothers, Kelden and Kole.

When asked why he chose this field, Mr. Breth said, “It’s something that I love to do.”  His hobbies include anything related to sports and cheering for the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Though he has played basketball, football, and baseball, his favorite sport is actually hockey. “I just really enjoy watching hockey,” said Mr. Breth.

Mr. Breth is now a colleague to his parents, Tim and Brenda Breth. His dad teaches junior high math and physical education, and his mom teaches senior English and journalism and is the school counselor.  Mr. Breth and his dad will coach junior high boys’ basketball together. He said, “Working with my parents kind of makes me feel like a student again.”

 “I don’t know what to think of it yet,” said Mrs. Breth. “It’s all a little strange and something I never imagined. But I do think it’s pretty awesome that Kyle turned down several other job offers and chose to teach at his alma mater.  I think that says a lot about the program he inherited and our school as a whole.”

Mr. Breth’s goal this year is to help every student reach his/her full potential. The best thing about teaching is “sharing my passion for woodworking with students.”  The worst thing is “not impacting every kid no matter how much you try.”

What makes a good day at school for Mr. Breth? “When kids want to get to work and have a good attitude doing it.”

Kyle Breth returns to his alma mater

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