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Daniel Rogers named Assistant Principal and Athletic Director at DCMS

Posted Date: 04/26/2023

Daniel Rogers named Assistant Principal and Athletic Director at DCMS

Daniel Rogers fly fishing Daniel Rogers photographed with his familyDodge City, Kansas - Dodge City Public Schools is pleased to announce that Daniel Rogers has been selected as Assistant Principal and Athletic Director of Dodge City Middle School. Rogers started his career in education as a substitute teacher and timeout supervisor at DCHS while coaching football at DCMS and baseball at DCHS. Following his work experience, he attended Wichita State University and received a Bachelor of Arts in preK-12 physical education. He immediately accepted a position at Ross Elementary, where he is teaching today.

In 2021, Rogers earned his Master of Science in educational leadership from Fort Hays State University and obtained his school leadership license. He has served as a mentor teacher, a member of the COVID Academic Workgroup, organized and led the district Kansas Kids Fitness Day, and served on the Professional Learning Steering Committee and Ross Elementary Building Leadership Team.

Daniel loves to spend time with his family, Amanda Rincones, her daughter Shyanne Rincones, a sophomore at DCHS, and their son Elijah Rogers. Daniel and Amanda are expecting their second son within the next month. They enjoy their time at home, Cross Connection Church, and attending DCHS and DCCC sporting events. They are avid Kansas Jayhawk, Kansas City Royals, and Kansas City Chiefs fans, but when Daniel can, he gets serious about fly fishing.

When asked about his new role in the district, Daniel said, “I am excited to use my knowledge and passion to help students and student-athletes achieve at higher levels than they even think possible. I’m grateful for the USD 443 teachers and administrators who guided me as a student. As a result, I will strive to pass on the traits I have learned to help our school family grow and succeed.”