Glory McCoy Scholarship To Honor Late MISD Educator

Glory McCoy Scholarship To Honor Late MISD Educator
Posted on 12/19/2017
This is the image for the news article titled Glory McCoy Scholarship To Honor Late MISD EducatorMarshall ISD Superintendent Dr. Jerry Gibson has announced a new scholarship that will be made available to a Marshall High School student in honor of the late Glory McCoy, a 35-year employee of MISD who passed away suddenly earlier this month.

The scholarship announcement was made during the Regular Meeting of the MISD Board of Trustees Monday evening.

Mrs. McCoy died on Dec. 11 following a sudden illness. She had worked as a teacher and administrator in MISD for over three decades and was serving as the District Testing Coordinator at the time of her death.

The scholarship fund which will bear her name is underway through the MISD Department of Curriculum and Instruction. The Glory McCoy Scholarship will go to a Marshall student who will attend Mrs. McCoy’s alma mater, Wiley College.

Dr. Gibson also announced that the district is looking at the possibility of naming the library at Marshall High School in honor of Mrs. McCoy, who had a lifelong love of reading and serving and working with children in Marshall.

Donations to the Glory McCoy Scholarship are currently being accepted. Anyone interested in making a donation to the scholarship fund may contact Anika Perkins, MISD Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, at 903-927-8811 or via e-mail at perkinsa@marshallisd.com.