Teacher Feature: Mr. Dale

Teacher Feature: Mr. Dale

If you could look into a crystal ball to see the future, would you want to do it?

Absolutely. Whether everything works out the way I want or not, I’d be able to embrace the result, or I’d have time to try to alter it.

Where do you see yourself living when you retire?

My wife and I plan on snowbirding in some capacity. She wants to have a condo in Florida, I want one in southern Spain.

What’s the most beautiful place you’ve ever seen in person?

Sevilla, Spain. Between the Plaza de España, Plaza de Toros, Real Alcáza… It’s a city that looks like it is straight out of a movie set.

Do you prefer a beach or mountain vacation?

Beach over mountains, but I just love to travel. I’ll go anywhere for a new experience.

What is your favorite thing about your career?

Working with many different teams, coaches, and student-athletes to have unique and fun competitive experiences.

Bonus Question: If you could have dinner with anyone from history, who would it be?

This is a fun question that I actually have thought about before. I have a short list for a round table meal: Leonardo Da Vinci, Frederick Nietzsche, Karl Marx, Jean Paul Sartre, and Benjamin Franklin. As creators, thinkers, and authors they were visionaries in their own right, each with major contributions to philosophy and/or science that altered the world for, in some cases, centuries. Sitting at a table and listening to them debate their viewpoints would be an amazing experience. I envision the philosophers/authors in full on argument while Da Vinci and Franklin are bouncing experiments off each other and needling the political debate.

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