DWCS names varsity head football coach

FARMERVILLE, Louisiana- D’Arbonne Woods Charter School is excited to announce David DeMoss as the Varsity Head Football Coach. DeMoss has spent the last 5 years at DWCS where he has taught high school history, science and physical education while serving as our Timberwolf Varsity Football Defensive Coordinator and Varsity Head Softball Coach. DWCS Executive Director, Doug Postel, said he is looking forward to the 2024-25 football season. Postel stated, “David is a proven leader who will model character and excellence for our young men.”

Coach DeMoss grew up in Calhoun, Louisiana and graduated from West Ouachita High School. He is married to wife Krystal, and they have two boys, Isaiah and Elijah. David completed his B.A. from Louisiana Tech University in Health and Physical Education, and went on to attain an M.A. from The University of Louisiana at Monroe in Educational Leadership. He coached football at Caldwell High School for four years, and then served at Woodlawn as defensive coordinator for 8 years before coming to DWCS. DeMoss takes the reigns at DWCS after 18 years of teaching and 21 years of coaching experience in several sports, with both junior high and high school students in North Louisiana.

Coach DeMoss looks forward to the opportunity of a new challenge as he assumes the leadership role of the Timberwolves. “I’m excited about the opportunity to take over and continue building what we have these past few years,” said DeMoss. He continued, “I will hold our guys to a high standard in both the classroom and on the field. We are going to put the work in every day to get better as players and coaches.”

D’Arbonne Woods Charter School is a K-12 public charter school located in Union Parish, Louisiana, in the town of Farmerville. The campus is located within close proximity to scenic Lake D’Arbonne. DWCS is designated 2A in LHSAA’s athletic classification. For more information visit darbonnewoods.com.

Mission Statement: D’Arbonne Woods Charter School seeks to offer students of all backgrounds the opportunity to hone their individual skills through a diverse curriculum taught by qualified, compassionate staff who set high expectations and provide unique learning experiences. Further, we are committed to providing our students with a safe, healthy environment that will allow them to flourish and grow socially and individually as they forge their own paths and become successful in the world.

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