Dale Moore was born in Rawlins, Wyoming and spent his childhood growing up in the small town of Sinclair, Wyoming. After graduating from high school, Mr. Moore attended the University of Wyoming obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education with an emphasis in remedial reading instruction. Mr. Moore started his teaching career at Louise Black Kindergarten School in Weslaco, TX in 1987. In 1990 Mr. Moore joined DoDEA and spent three years assigned to Lajes Field, Azores, Portugal teaching first grade. He spent the next nine years of his career at Naples Elementary School in Naples, Italy serving as a third grade teacher, first grade teacher, computer lab teacher, a Language Arts Reading Specialist, and as an Educational Technologist (ET). Mr. Moore completed his Masters degree in Instructional Technology at the University of Southern Mississippi in 1999. Starting in 2002 Mr. Moore served as an assistant principal at W. T. Sampson Unit School (K-12) in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. In 2004 Mr. Moore accepted a position as the Mediterranean District Educational Technologist in, Vicenza, Italy. During his time in Vicenza, Mr. Moore had the opportunity to serve as the acting administrator at Sevilla Elementary Middle school in Sevilla, Spain, the acting Chief of Staff for two months in Vicenza, served as a member of the Headquarters Social Studies monitoring team, and served as a member of a Special Education monitoring team. Mr. Moore provided technology integration training and support to all of the schools in the Mediterranean District. In 2008 Mr. Moore became the principal of Boeblingen Elementary Middle school in Stuttgart. During his time in Stuttgart, Mr. Moore has served on two Special Education monitoring teams, and has been a member of two AdvancED review teams at Lakenheath Middle School in England, and Ramstein Middle School in Germany. In 2012, under Mr. Moore's leadership, Boeblingen Elementary Middle School received the distinction of being named as a 2012 National Blue Ribbon School. During his time in DoDEA, Mr. Moore has served on numerous DoDEA committees and councils that have guided programs and policies for dependent education. He has presented multiple sessions on a variety of topics for teachers and administrators at numerous Area and District conferences.