E2E Partners’ Members

2019 E2E Partners Members
Calallen ISD                                                                                                                Corpus Christi ISD                                                                                                  Craft Training Center of the Coastal Bend
Education Service Center, Region 2                                                                            Flour Bluff ISD                                                                                                        Gregory-Portland ISD
School of Science and Technology                                                                    South Coastal AHEC (Area Health Education Center)                                      Taft ISD 
Texas A&M University – Kingsville
Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi
United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce 

2018 E2E P-16 Council Members
Agua Dulce ISD
Aransas County ISD
Aransas Pass ISD
Banquete ISD
Bishop ISD
Calallen ISD
Corpus Christi ISD
Education Service Center, Region 2
Flour Bluff ISD
Freer ISD
Gregory-Portland ISD
Ingleside ISD
Mathis ISD
Odem-Edroy ISD
Port Aransas ISD
Robstown ISD
San Diego ISD
School of Science and Technology
Sinton ISD
Taft ISD
Tuloso-Midway ISD
West Oso ISD
United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce

E2E Partners’ Council
E2E Partners P-16 Council assists E2E partners in defining and inspiring educational change and organizes the community to address needs and support effective initiatives in the community. “P-16” refers to programs extending from early childhood education, or “Prekindergarten” through the 4 th year of a Bachelor’s degree, “16.” The E2E P-16 Council members seek to ensure that area students begin their academic careers with a strong educational foundation that carries them far into a successful future as valued members of the workforce.

As the job market becomes more competitive, the need for educational reform is of extreme importance to ensure college and career readiness for every student. That’s why our organization
needs your help to actively promote educational success through a variety of outreach programs and activities aimed at improving school performance, closing achievement gaps and preparing students for academic advancement.

E2E Council membership requires a commitment to achieve the goals of E2E. The council serves an 11-county area identified as Education Service Center Region 2.


  • Provide input on E2E initiatives
  • Share information on events and initiatives from your organization
  • Disseminate E2E information to your organization
  • Attend a minimum number of E2E monthly meetings
  • Assist in E2E initiatives, as applicable


  • Receive discounted tickets to E2E events
  • Utilize council logo on printed materials
  • Be a recognized partner on the council website with links to your organization’s website
  • Collaborate with educational entities and business leaders for future workforce needs
  • Improve the economic stability of our region by helping to create a better educated workforce.

Join the Effort to Empower the Leaders of Tomorrow, Today
Investing in our local students means an investment in the economic future of the Coastal Bend. According to data from the U.S. Census, one million children under the age of 18 have been added
to Texas’ population in the last decade, 95% of which were Hispanic. This dynamic increase in young workers creates the potential for a well-educated, bilingual workforce that boosts economic
development for years to come. That’s why it is more important than ever for area organizations, businesses and families to join together to help make an impact in educational improvement in the community and continue to help produce skilled, well-prepared employees.

By joining E2E, your business or organization will play an active role in driving the future of the Coastal Bend.

Download the E2E brochure to learn how you can make an impact in education reform locally and dramatically improve the lives of area students.