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  • Cedar Hill Graduate Enjoys Coaching Football Overseas

    Cedar Hill Graduate Enjoys Coaching Football Overseas

    Marcus Herford played a key role in building the foundation for the success of the Cedar Hill High School Football Program.

    Now, he’s leading athletes in the capital city (Berlin) of one of football’s emerging markets (Germany).

    “The reason I coach is to give back to these young men and help them,” said Herford, a Cedar Hill High School Class of 2004 Graduate. “You get to see the world while you’re what you love.”

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  • Cedar Hill High School Valedictorian and Salutatorian Set Sights On STEM

    Cedar Hill High School Valedictorian and Salutatorian Set Sights On STEM

    Cedar Hill High School Class of 2021 Valedictorian Ariel Awuwoloye balanced academics with orchestra and softball. CHHS Class of 2021 Salutatorian Jolie Sanders served as National Honor Society (NHS) President while studying and working part-time as a mathematics tutor.

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  • Davis Says She Was Born To Teach

    Davis Says She Was Born To Teach

    April 29, 2021 will be one of these special days for Bray Elementary School First Grade Teacher Ebonie Davis. The type of days that you remember in the same way as a wedding anniversary or family birthdays.

    Davis and her family were huddled around the computer that evening, awaiting Cedar Hill Independent School’s 2020-2021 Elementary Teacher of the Year Announcement.

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  • Former Longhorn Graduated from Georgetown, Excels in Poetry

    Former Longhorn Graduated from Georgetown, Excels in Poetry

    Glen Waters has lost count of how many poems he’s composed since the age of 10.
    There are books full of poetry, from cover to cover. Then, there’s the plethora of poetry in Notes App on his iPhone.
    Sometimes, it takes a month to write a poem. Other times, it will be completed in five minutes.

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  • Longtime Cedar Hill Citizen Has Paved The Way For Women in STEM

    Longtime Cedar Hill Citizen Has Paved The Way For Women in STEM

    Longtime Cedar Hill resident Dr. Peggy Wilson has been a community leader for Cedar Hill High School’s Air Force JROTC and an advocate for economic development in the community.

    As Cedar Hill ISD begins its #STEMSpired initiative to transform Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) in the district and in the community, it is important to share Wilson’s story.

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