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Decatur ISD names high school principal

By Richard Greene | Published Monday, April 16, 2018
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Sherman High School principal Chris Mogan was hired Monday night to lead Decatur High School.
Decatur ISD trustees approved a contract for Mogan to become the Decatur High School principal.
Mogan’s contract will start July 1. Decatur ISD Superintendent Judi Whitis he will be giving input on staffing before he arrives as the school prepares for the 2018-19 school year.
“He’s highly recommended. He’s described as a relationship builder and someone that knows kids,” Whitis said. “He has experience in building programs in career and tech, all the things we have on our radar. He’ll be a great member of our team.”
The district had more than 50 applicants.
According to the Herald-Democrat in Sherman, Mogan was previously the principal at Frisco Wakeland before coming to Sherman in 2016. Mogan also worked in Little Elm and Plano.
Mogan replaces Jeff Russell, who left the Decatur ISD earlier this year to accept the director of student and campus support services job at Denton ISD. Russell recently was named Denton ISD’s fourth area superintendent of academic programs.

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