Mrs. Dwyre attended Dodge City Community College and graduated with her Associates Degree. She started teaching in 2006.
Mrs. Simon, who was raised in Ingalls Kansas, graduated from Ingalls High School in 1999, then K-State University in 2005 with a degree in Elementary Education. Before coming to Ingalls, she previously taught in Moscow, Kansas. Mrs. . . .
Travis Leverett is one of the newest additions to Ingalls High, where he started working in 2015. He went to Dodge City Community College for History Education, where he finished out his degree at South Western Oklahoma State. From . . .
Mrs. Meador attented York College in York, Nebraska. There, she achieved a Bachelor of Music Education with emphasis on Vocal Performance at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas. She has been teaching at Ingalls for twenty-four years. . . .
Mrs. Bleumer, born and raised in Cimarron, graduated from Cimarron High School, and later majored in Business Education at Fort Hays State University. Married to Tony Bleumer in August of 1992, they have three children: Taylor (graduated in . . .
Mrs. Maxwell grew up in Garden City, Kansas, and graduated from Garden City High School in 2000. She met her future husband, Aaron Maxwell an Ingalls native, that summer prior to attending K-State and married him in 2003. . . .
Mrs. Harper was born in Joplin, Missouri. She went to Wyandotte High School in Wyandotte, OK. She loves science and likes high school students, so it was a perfect fit for her to become a science teacher. She . . .
Mrs. Bencomo is a Fort Hays State University graduate and obtained a Masters in Science of Education (2018) and has a Bachelor of Arts in English (2016). She joined the Ingalls Staff in 2016, and states that "I love teaching the awesome . . .
"You either win or you learn." Mr. Pelischek, born in Hutchinson, Kansas, went to Hutchinson High School and graduated in 2011. He attended Wichita State University where be obtained a . . .
Mrs. Bailey is the High School and 8th grade math teacher. Students are working very hard and are doing a good job taking notes and finishing assignments this year. Keep up the good work! Seniors: You can go to this website for your . . .