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Mr. Darren Douthitt

Wrong Darren Douthitt?

Superintendent

Butler County Schools
Phone: (270) ***-****  HQ Phone
Butler County High School
P. O. Box 10
Morgantown, Kentucky 42261
United States

Company Description: Butler County High School - Home of the Bears
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • education degrees
    University of Alabama
  • education degrees
    Jacksonville State University
  • doctorate
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- Darren Douthitt, the ...
www.annistonstar.com, 5 Dec 2013 [cached]
- Darren Douthitt, the superintendent of Butler County Schools. He has education degrees from Jacksonville State University and the University of Alabama. DeGraffenried said he is in the progress of obtaining his doctorate.
With Superintendent Darren ...
www.waka.com, 22 Jan 2014 [cached]
With Superintendent Darren Douthitt's seat at the school board needing someone to fill it soon, the community is buzzing with the qualities they hope to see in the next superintendent.
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The current superintendent, Darren Douthitt, is leaving to take the superintendent job with Anniston City Schools. An interim superintendent is expected to be chosen at a meeting on January 30th.
Butler County School Superintendent ...
www.waka.com, 21 Jan 2014 [cached]
Butler County School Superintendent Darren Douthitt has quit, but he left a school board meeting without officially revealing where he's going.
Darren Douthitt isn't saying anything officially about where he's heading, although he's been offered the job as school superintendent in Anniston and that city's paper says he's taken the job. Douthitt is saying he gave it his all in Butler County, and emphasized the importance of keeping the focus on the children. The Butler County School Board meeting was standing room only as more than 150 people packed the building to hear the Superintendent resign, "I appreciate all the lessons learned and the experience earned, and I do because I kept my focus on the students and that's what kept me sane," says Douthitt. No matter how parents and educators felt about the Superintendent they say they wish him well as he moves on, "I believe he's made the best decision for hisself personally and the best decision for our school system as well.
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."
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Douthitt 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."
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