Mr. Daniel is a graduate of Alexander High School. Throughout his high school career he was a member of the Alexander Cougar Band, eventually becoming section/squad leader and band captain. In his senior year, Mr. Daniel received the Director's Awards for the band, chorus, and spring musical. After graduation he continued to be actively involved with marching band, as the Field Equipment Manager and then the Assistant Director.
After high school, Mr. Daniel began attending Berry College. While at Berry, he majored in music with a minor in education. As a student at Berry, Mr. Daniel was the Administrative Assistant for the Fine Arts Department and the director of the "Viking Sound" Berry College Pep Band. He was the recipient of the Fine Arts Chair's award and was inducted as a member of the Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society. He received his Bachelors of Music in Music Education from Berry.
After Mr. Daniel graduated from college, he was a substitute teacher at Alexander for one year. The following year, he began teaching the "Community Based Instruction" course. After one year in that position, he transferred to the music department where has taught Intermediate/AP music theory, guitar, music technology, and band classes. Mr. Daniel is also the Fine Arts Department Chair and an Assistant Administrator.
Mr. Daniel resides in Carrollton with his wife Rebekah and daughters Mackenzie and Rachael.
David White first joined the staff at Alexander High as Band Director in January of 1994. He previously taught in the Douglas County Middle Schools beginning in August of 1976 through January 1994. He was named as Douglas County Middle School Teacher of the Year while teaching at Chestnut Log and Chapel Hill Middle School.
Mr. White attended Berry College from 1972 - 1976. While at Berry, he performed with the Concert Band, Jazz Band, Percussion Ensemble and the Berry Singers. He received his Bachelor of Music degree in the spring of 1976. Graduate work was done at Georgia State University.
Mr. White performed professionally with the group "Murphy's Law" and has performed as a percussionist with several orchestras and bands. He has also played drums for several jazz combos and musical productions.
Mr. White is a member of NAfME, GMEA, NEA, GAE and Phi Mu Alpha.
He resides in Douglasville with his wife Laura and his two children.
Mr. Moran is a graduate of South Cobb High School. Throughout his high school career he was a member of the Blue Eagle Band. After graduation, he was a performing member and later, instructor of the Spirit of Atlanta Drum and Bugle Corps. He joined the Alexander Cougar Band staff in the Summer of 2015 and has been thrilled to be a part of this great program.
After high school, Mr. Moran attended the University of Georgia before transferring to KSU. He pursued and achieved a Bachelor's degree in English Education and in Music Education. He pursued and achieved his Masters of Education Degree from Nova Southeastern University.
After Mr. Moran graduated from college, he was a Band Director most of his career and began teaching English only after becoming a single dad and wanting to devote more time to his kids.
He has taught Band, Chorus, Music Appreciation, Music Technology, Mythology, 10th Lit, 9th Lit, Brit Lit, and is co-teaching the Tech Crew for the Spring Musicals.
Mr. Moran resides in Winston with his wife Tina and children JJ and Lorelei.
Mr. Rampley is beyond ecstatic to begin his first year teaching at Alexander High School for the 2023-2024 school year! Most recently, Mr. Rampley completed his masters in Choral Conducting from Georgia State University where he helped to teach and coordinate activities across five collegiate choirs. During his time at Georgia State University, he had the privilege to travel with the Georgia State University Singers to Istanbul, Turkey to perform for the World Choral Music Symposium, record the Duruflé Requiem for release under Gothic Records, performed for state and regional conferences of the American Choral Directors Association and the Georgia Music Educators Association, and even performed at State Farm Arena with Andrea Bocelli.
In addition to his graduate work, Mr. Rampley serves as the Director of Music Ministries at Sam Jones Methodist Church in Cartersville, Ga where he directs the choir for the 8:30 and 11:00 traditional services. Under his leadership, the chancel choir has grown from around 15 members to 34. He has also served as a founding artistic director for chamber choir Voces Amicis and as a music director for the Atlanta Homeward Choir, the only choir serving folks living on the streets of Atlanta.
During his undergraduate degree at Reinhardt University, Mr. Rampley had the great joy to be a part of several operas and his performing credits include Signor Deluso in Signor Deluso, Mr. McLean in Carlisle Floyd's Susannah, and Figaro in scenes from Mozart's Marriage of Figaro. In addition to his operatic roles, he has performed as Raul in Phantom of the Opera, JD in Heathers: High School Edition, and as Sam in Gershwin's Crazy For You.
As a member of the Reinhardt Chorale, he traveled to Italy for a nine day performance tour, culminating in performing service music for mass at the Vatican and performed in service for the 2019 GMEA convention, performances he still holds near his heart to this day.
Mr. Rampley believes in the power of music to transform the world, to open hearts and minds, and hopes to carry forth the legacy of his amazing music teachers by sharing his love of music with his students. He is a member of GMEA, ACDA, Choristers Guild, NCCO, and NAfME.