Celeste dagenhart - the word in my life
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He was a 1952 graduate of Harmony High School. He entered . State University and quit at the end of the first semester to help the family business because of the illness of his father. He continued his education by graduating at Lenoir Rhyne College and was a member of the marching band and Theta Khi Fraternity. He received his Masters and EDS degrees at Appalachian State University. He began teaching Biology, physics and Chemistry at Cool Spring High School in 1957 and taught until the school-consolidation of 1966. He was then appointed principal, staying at Cool Spring Elementary for a total of 25 years. He went to East Elementary for one year and to Celeste Henkel Elementary for 2 years before going to the Central office of Iredell-Statesville Schools as an administrator until retirement. He returned to the system to work 5 more years part time. He loved working with children and always encouraged them to do their best.