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Each class wins a Spirit Day

Homecoming 2018

September 23, 2018

Click on the links below for pictures and a short article. Freshmen win Pajama Day! Juniors win Tacky Tourist Day Seniors win Generations' Day Sophomores win Injury day read more

Booster Club gives shirts to 6th Graders

September 22, 2018

  The Class of 2025 -- the 6th Graders -- show off their new t-shirts from Booster Club. Mr. Jimenez and senior football players Aubrey Sporn, Reegon Witt, and David Waterman delivered the shirts on Thursday in time for . . . read more

Kathryn Haffner is new vocal teacher

DCHS Journalism

Isabel Grafel

Kathryn Haffner By Isabel Grafel Kathryn Haffner is another new teacher at Decatur Community High School. Ms. Haffner teaches junior high and senior high vocal and music theory. Ms. Haffner grew up . . . read more

New math teacher is a DCHS grad

DCHS Journalism

Anna Carter

Sierra Lohoefener is the new high school math teacher at Decatur Community High School. Ms. Lohoefener grew up in Oberlin and graduated in 2014. She attended college at Kansas State University and majored in secondary education in math. . . . read more

Kyle Breth returns to his alma mater

DCHS Journalism

Clayton Carter

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 . . . read more Feedback

Mr. Dorshorst - He's back!

DCHS Journalism

Clayton Carter

  Retired USD 294 superintendent and Oberlin Elementary School principal Duane Dorshorst has come out of retirement to teach science at Decatur Community High School. Mr. Dorshorst began his career in education as a biology . . . read more Feedback

First Day of School - Aug. 17, 2018

Photos by Clayton Carter and Mrs. Breth | August 17, 2018

The first day of the 2018-2019 school year was August 17.  It began with students trying to open new lockers and getting their brand new chromebooks and ended with snocones. DCHS welcomed 22 7th graders, three new students, and . . . read more

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