If one path doesn’t work, regroup and go in a different direction. That’s the approach that led Dana Daugharthy back to Iola to teach physics, physical education and science at Iola High School.
Daugharthy graduated from Iola High in 2006 and earned his undergraduate degree in chemistry from Bethel College in North Newton.
His intent was to become a chemist. He worked on a reaction project for one semester, but it didn’t work out, Daugharthy said.
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