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The Anniston Star - Students remember the day that changed their lives
www.annistonstar.com, 11 Sept 2002 [cached]
"There was no reason not to let the students be witnesses," said AHS Principal Darren Douthitt.
, too, has seen an increase in patriotism at Anniston High, saying that he
hasn't received any complaints yet this school year from teachers about students not standing for the Pledge of Allegiance
The Anniston Star - Paying for the past: Black leaders differ on whether slave reparations are an answer
www.annistonstar.com, 16 June 2002 [cached]
Darren Douthit, principal of Anniston High School, said he doesn't support reparations of any kind, except to those who may have had property taken away by the state over time.
"I just think, truly, everyone on this Earth right now is not necessarily responsible for a couple of hundred years ago, that's my issue with it," Douthit
said."The only reparations that I would be for, is seeing the divide between blacks and whites becoming smaller; that'd be worth money, to see everyone come together to make the United States the best they can."
The Rev. Ben Little, who serves on the Anniston City Council
and also leads Gaines Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church
, said the black community should be focused on other issues right now.
"I would spend my time dealing with things important right now," Little said."(Reparations) is something that is highly unlikely.
Butler County parents are anxiously ...
www.waka.com, 20 Jan 2014 [cached]
Butler County parents are anxiously awaiting Darren Douthitt's announcement as to whether he will accept a new superintendent position with Anniston City Schools.
When the superintendent was asked if he would be accepting a job offer for the superintendent position in Anniston this was his reply, "I can't confirm that right now, but after Tuesday's board meeting I'll be happy to speak further with you on that."
says no matter what his
decision, the foundation for Butler County schools is still in place, "And there will be another leader if I were to leave that would come in and and continue to perpetuate the education as it exists."
The Anniston Star - Solutia fulfills strategy; gifts fill big needs
www.annistonstar.com, 1 Aug 2002 [cached]
Aware of the lawsuit the city and residents such as McFarlane are engaged in with Solutia, Anniston High School Principal Darren Douthitt, like other beneficiaries, said he tries not to get involved.
"What happened in the past needs to be corrected, but if they want to give to the schools to correct that on a higher level, I'm for it," he
From paper to laptop computers to lab equipment to grant money for teachers, Solutia's donations helped the high school get through a parched budget last school year.
Without help from its corporate benefactor, Douthitt
said, the school would have struggled more.
"It would have stifled progress a little," the principal said.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Calhoun County also have enjoyed attention from Solutia
Meanwhile, the superintendent of ...
wiat.com, $reference.date [cached]
Meanwhile, the superintendent of Anniston City Schools, Darren Douthitt, makes $132,600 a year, with Anniston Middle listed as a "failing school".
Douthitt's official response to WIAT 42 news was: "I have a problem with the entire idea and philosophy of schools being called 'failing schools'.
Our school is not 'failing,'" Douthitt said.
did not respond to WIAT asking if his
salary was justified.