On October 3rd, our Warrior Ann Coryell was diagnosed with cholangiocarcinoma which is commonly known as bile duct cancer. She is in the process of working with her doctors to determine if a liver transplant or chemo is the next step.
Ann is originally from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a BSEd in Special Education. She married her husband Shawn, who is also a teacher, and they have been blessed with two exceptional daughters, Caitlin (25) and Molly (23). Ann taught high school students in Oklahoma and Austin and both elementary and high school students in Richardson before finding her home in Frisco ISD in 2005 at Centennial High School.
Centennial High School was one of two high schools in Frisco ISD, and this year, Ann has joined the Memorial High School staff in its inaugural year as high school number 10. With the growth in Frisco ISD, Ann has worked with teachers across the district both during her years at CHS and as a FISD summer school teacher. She has mentored, guided, and inspired countless staff, students, and parents during her 13 years in Frisco ISD and countless others in her 24 years prior to Frisco. Please help us show our appreciation, support, and love to this amazing wife, mom, dog mom (to Scout), friend, and educator by helping us reach our goal of $10,000 to assist with her medical expenses.
About the organizer: Name: Jennifer Redden Relationship to Mrs. Coryell: Principal of Memorial High School Funds raised will be used to help pay for medical expenses and will be delivered to the family through money order by me. So far, the family has received about $4,400, and once the GoFundMe closes on Friday, January 11th, the family will receive the remaining donations by January 18th.