Visit the USGenWeb Project Website Visit the IAGenWeb Project Website

 What's New

Coordinator Contact

About Us

Return to the Home Page
Contact the Ringgold Cemeteries
Census the Ringgold Counties
 Ringgold County Churches
family pages links to family
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Copyright Statement
History Ringgold County
Ringgold County IAGenWeb History-Biographies Project
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Lookups
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Mailing Lists
Ringgold County Maps IAGenWeb Project
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Messageboards
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Military
Ringgold County IAGenWeb News Clippings
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Obituaries
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Penny Post Cards
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Photographs
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Queries
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Resources
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Resources
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Site Map
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Surnames
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Front Porch

This site is supported by
Friends of IAGenWeb
   

powered by FreeFind
 
    

 Mount Ayr Record-News
Mount Ayr, Ringgold County, Iowa
Thursday, September 29, 2016, Page 6

From student to teacher, Showalter returns to MACS
By Haylea England

This year, Mount Ayr High School has a few new teachers in the building. One of whom is Mr. Daniel Showalter.

Daniel is married to Jessica Showalter, and they live in Mount Ayr. Daniel grew up in Mount Ayr, being a 2009 graduate, and graduated from the Northwest Missouri State University.

This is his first year teaching in his hometown, but before Mount Ayr, Daniel taught two years at Mason Northwest Webster. There he taught government, American and world history, 8th grade history, history through film, and economics.

Through his teaching experience, he has found that his favorite thing about his job is getting to work with young people everyday. His advice to these young students is "to be the best version of you."

Mr. Showalter's most embarrassing moment happened while coaching at Manson Northwest Webster. During a track practice while he was walking, he turned to see a girl running at him. Both of them tried to dodge each other, but ended going in the same direction. The two of them collided, hitting heads.

Photograph courtesy of Mount Ayr Record-News
Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, July of 2017


You are our visitor!
Thank You for stopping by!



© Copyright 1996-
Ringgold Co. IAGenWeb Project
All rights Reserved.