Mrs. Simnacher went through High School in a small Panhandle town in Texas, but she spent most of her married life in Wyoming. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor's in American Studies, then a Bachelor's in Education. Mrs. Simnacher was certified in English and Social Studies K-12, and Special Education. Then she completed her Master's Degree in American Studies. She worked with the Whitney Gallery of Western Art at the Buffalo Bill Historic Center in Cody, Wyoming. Later, she built two full-sized museum exhibits and administered grants at the Fossil Country Museum in Kemmerer, Wyoming, and was a member of the Wyoming Speaker's Bureau. In Wyoming, Mrs. Simnacher taught Special Education, History, Sophomore Composition, and Community Outreach Programs in Oral History.
When she and her husband, Ralph, moved back to Texas, Mrs. Simnacher was hired to teach Social Studies at John F. Kennedy High School. She feels blessed to teach what she really loves!! Mrs. Simnacher has taught World Geography and Pre AP World Geography, World History and AP World History, Psychology and Sociology, as well as sponsoring Student Council. Currently, she teaches U.S. History and Pre AP World History. She is also an adjunct at Palo Alto College and a reader for the College Board.
Feel free to contact her. You can call the school (210-444-8040 extension 3190) or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.