By Jennifer Miller Daily Sun
AT&T is partnering with Corsicana ISD students in a big way. At Friday’s Corsicana Education Foundation board meeting, Debbie Keel, Regional Director for AT&T’s External Affairs, presented board members and students with a $10,000 check. State Rep. Byron Cook (R-Corsicana) was present at the event and his support of local public schools was publicly acknowledged by Keel.
“I want to give a special thank you to State Representative Byron Cook for attending today,” Keel said. “We greatly appreciate your continued and strong support of education efforts and initiatives in the workforce in Corsicana and beyond.”
The grant will fund the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math program at Corsicana High School.
In a press release issued by CISD and AT&T, Cook stated the following:
Only July 21, 2016 the Texas GOP primary victory of State Rep. Byron Cook (R-Corsicana RER56) was referred to the Office of the Texas Attorney General for investigation because of evidence of election fraud. Read the RERfirst story here.