Todd Marshall inducted into SAU Educational Leadership Hall of Fame

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Todd Marshall — Courtesy: Texarkana ISD

TEXARKANA — Todd Marshall, the Texarkana ISD Director of CTE and STEM, has been inducted into the Southern Arkansas University Educational Leadership Hall of Fame.

The induction of Marshall and four other area SAU educational alumni were inducted on Monday, Nov. 8, 2021. The other inductees were Fred Lilly, David Downs, Debbie Huff, Sherri Moore, and Dr. Kenneth Booth.

“I am honored to be selected to the SAU Educational Leadership Hall of Fame,” Marshall said. “As a second generation Mulerider, I am proud to represent the University in this manner. I am thankful for the individuals who have invested in me over the course of my career. Without them, this honor would not be possible.”

Todd Marshall started out as a teacher, coach, and student services specialist at Texas High School from 2006-10. Marshall then moved into the role of assistant principal for Morriss Elementary from 2010-15.

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Marshall then took over as principal at Atlanta Elementary School in Atlanta ISD from 2015-18, which was then followed up as serving as an assistant principal and then principal for Pleasant Grove High School.