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Don Wayne Crager

Education
Lufkin High School
Graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University 1993 with BSIS with Math emphasis
 
Experience
I have 12 years experience in teaching.  My first year was as Dunbar Intermediate in Lufkin ISD, and all of the subsequent years have been in Diboll ISD.  I took a 11 year "break" from teaching from 1998 - 2009 to pursue other interests, but decided to return to teaching again in 2009.
 
 
Family
I have a beautiful wife of 20+ years, Stephanie.  We have 4 awesome children.  McKenzi is 18, Madison is 17, Mason is 12, and MelodyGrace is 7.
 
Interests
My interests include cycling, softball, and various other sports.
 
My Schedule 2017-18
 
 
1st Period 8:00 - 8:46        ( PASS )
2nd Period 8:50 - 9:36     ( PASS )
3rd Period 9:40 - 10:26     ( PASS )
 
4th Period 10:30 - 11:16   ( PASS )
    A-lunch 11:16 - 11:46
5th Period 11:50 - 12:36   ( PASS )
6th Period 12:40 - 1:26      ( Renaissance )
7th Period 1:30 - 2:16       ( PASS )
8th Period 2:20 - 2:50        ( Texas History )
9th Period 2:54 - 3:40        ( Texas History )
 
Tutorial Times are mornings from 3:40 pm - 4:00 pm
Room # 27 or PASS room in Main Hall next to Counselor Smith
 
I may be reached my email or by phone ( leave a message ) at 936.829.5225
 
TEXAS HISTORY
§113.19. Social Studies, Grade 7
(1) In Grade 7, students study the history of Texas from early times to the present. Content is presented with more depth and breadth than in Grade 4. Students examine the full scope of Texas history, including Natural Texas and its People; Age of Contact; Spanish Colonial; Mexican National; Revolution and Republic; Early Statehood; Texas in the Civil War and Reconstruction; Cotton, Cattle, and Railroads; Age of Oil; Texas in the Great Depression and World War II; Civil Rights and Conservatism; and Contemporary Texas eras. The focus in each era is on key individuals, events, and issues and their impact. Students identify regions of Texas and the distribution of population within and among the regions and explain the factors that caused Texas to change from an agrarian to an urban society. Students describe the structure and functions of municipal, county, and state governments, explain the influence of the U.S. Constitution on the Texas Constitution, and examine the rights and responsibilities of Texas citizens. Students use primary and secondary sources to examine the rich and diverse cultural background of Texas as they identify the different racial and ethnic groups that settled in Texas to build a republic and then a state. Students analyze the impact of scientific discoveries and technological innovations on the development of Texas in various industries such as agricultural, energy, medical, computer, and aerospace. Students use primary and secondary sources to acquire information about Texas.