Texas A&M University-Texarkana enters partnerships with rural Texas school districts




Representatives of six local Texas school districts were present to sign memorandums of understanding to forge a new partnership with the Texas A & M University-Texarkana on the university's campus on Tuesday, July 9, 2024. Pictured, from left, Clarksville ISD Superintendent Dr. Marian Ellis, Hooks ISD Assistant Superintendent Tracy Cook, Hubbard ISD Counselor Johnny Pate, Malta ISD Superintendent Stacy Starrett, TAMUT President Dr. Ross Alexander, Maud ISD Superintendent Dr. David Seger and Redwater ISD Superintendent Dr. Kelly Burns. (Staff photo by Mallory Wyatt)
Representatives of six native Texas college districts had been current to signal memorandums of understanding to forge a brand new partnership with the Texas A & M College-Texarkana on the college’s campus on Tuesday, July 9, 2024. Pictured, from left, Clarksville ISD Superintendent Dr. Marian Ellis, Hooks ISD Assistant Superintendent Tracy Prepare dinner, Hubbard ISD Counselor Johnny Pate, Malta ISD Superintendent Stacy Starrett, TAMUT President Dr. Ross Alexander, Maud ISD Superintendent Dr. David Seger and Redwater ISD Superintendent Dr. Kelly Burns. (Workers photograph by Mallory Wyatt)

TEXARKANA, Texas — A number of neighborhood members gathered Tuesday morning at Texas A&M College-Texarkana for a signing ceremony.

Representatives of six native Texas college districts had been current to signal memorandums of understanding to forge a brand new partnership with the college.

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