Online Registration will open August 1st for existing DC students.
Mrs. Atchley will be at the elementary campus August 5th & 8th from 8am to 12pm to assist anyone that needs access to a computer.
ALL new and existing students will need to complete the local required forms
We are excited to announce that Bruce Mauppin will serve as the Junior High/High School Principal for the upcoming school year. He has over 20 years experience in education. Bruce comes to Dodd City from Sam Rayburn ISD where he served as the Athletic Director, Head Baseball coach, Transportation Coordinator, and math teacher. Previous to that, he taught at Whitewright ISD and was the Head Baseball coach at Farmersville ISD and Austin College.
Bruce Mauppin graduated from Texas Wesleyan University with a BBA in Economics/Finance and holds a master’s degree in Education Administration from Southeastern Oklahoma State University. He and his wife Bonnie live in Ivanhoe and have three children: Amanda, Brody, and Lindsey. During his free time he enjoys hunting and fishing.
Please welcome Mr. Mauppin and his family as they become members of our Dodd City ISD family!!
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Rep. Ratcliffe announces Rising Lone Star winners in Fannin County
WASHINGTON – Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas) announced the 2019 Rising Lone Star winners from Fannin County today. The recipients included:
“I launched the Rising Lone Star program to showcase young folks from across our 18 counties who set themselves apart from the pack as distinguished leaders,” Ratcliffe said.
“I’d like to congratulate this year’s winning students for standing out as the best and brightest in their class. I wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors as they graduate high school. I’m confident they’ll go on to make Texas’ 4th District very proud.”
Ratcliffe launched the Rising Lone Star award program to recognize high school students throughout Texas’ 4th District who exhibit outstanding leadership or service in their schools and communities. The recipients are nominated for the Rising Lone Star by their principals, administrators or counselors.
Jacey Horton, Dodd City High School