After four years at the helm, Richard Crumley is retiring as principal of Dawson County High School. “My four years at DCHS have been great both professionally and personally,” said Crumley. “We have made friendships that will last a lifetime.” Crumley’s retirement from the high school was approved by the board of education at the May 1 work session. He was celebrated along with all other retiring faculty and staff of the school system at the BOE meeting May 7. Athletically, Crumley has seen DCHS soar to new heights. During his tenure, the school has won the Region All-Sports trophy twice, the first two times in the school’s history. Tiger athletics have won 16 region championships, had 18 region runner-ups and 39 teams qualified for state playoffs.
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