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Crockett alumni project moving forward

Members of the David Crockett High School masonry department spent Wednesday afternoon outside, working on one of the school’s latest projects, an alumni walkway.
The Pioneer Pathway, as it is being called, will be lined with engraved bricks that lead up to and around the flag pole located in front of the school’s main entrance.
Brick sales for the pathway began in October, but will be ongoing. The masonry students are building the pathway so that bricks can continuously be added to the design.
Bricks are being sold by Pioneer Parents and Partners, the organization that developed the “pathway” idea to help celebrate the school’s 38 years of existence and the large number of alumni the school has produced.
Months of winter weather caused a slight delay in the project that was designed by the DCHS masonry department. The pathway is now is about halfway finished with an estimated three more weeks worth of work remaining before the pathway is completed.
Several businesses have made donations to help with the project and the organization has had lots of interest from alumni.
Bricks can be personalized “In Honor Of” or “In Memory Of” a student, teacher, alumni, friend, corporate or individual supporter to the school. The inscription can include a personal name, a special date, or a quote.
For more information about the Pioneer Pathway, or to purchase a brick, visit www.pioneerparentsandpartners.com.