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Larry Jagours

Larry Jagours serves on the McKinney ISD Board of Trustees, and in this interview he discusses his own educational and career experiences, his family and his appreciation for this school district.

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Larry Jagours Larry Jagours considers himself a true McKinneyite, having been born and raised here. He is certainly no stranger to MISD. He attended the former E.S. Doty School and earned his high school diploma from McKinney High School when it was located at what is now Faubion Middle School.

During a career in education that has spanned 29 years, Jagours served special needs populations for 13 years in Lewisville ISD before returning to his hometown, where he served at Dowell Middle School, McKinney Boyd High School and as a substitute teacher across the district for 16 years.

A retired minister in the Methodist Church, Jagours now finds another way to serve the McKinney ISD community. “It is an extreme honor and privilege to be elected to the McKinney ISD Board of Trustees,” said Jagours, “to further the vision of academic excellence with all members in making McKinney ISD the premier school district in Collin County, if not within the State of Texas.”

Jagours completed a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Texas College in Tyler, graduate studies in Special Education at Texas A&M–Commerce and graduate studies in theology at Dallas Baptist University.

He and his wife Linda have been married for 54 years and have three children and one grandchild.

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