Tenaha ISD's Head Football Coach Takes Job at Harleton HS

May 13, 2015 - Tenaha ISD’s Head Football Coach Terry Ward, accepts a Position at Harleton HS. Coach Ward has been an integral part of the Tenaha ISD’s success both on and off the field. For the last eight years he has served the district as an Athletic Director, coach, and for the last year in a dual capacity as Football Head Coach and the Elementary Principal. “His loyalty and dedication has truly been an inspiration to all,” stated High School Principal Judy Monroe.

He will leave a legacy of success in Tenaha unmatched by any who has held the position before him. Coach Ward’s career at Tenaha resulted in a 66-15 record, 6 district championships, 4 Regional Championships, and the 2011 State Championship.

“Unfortunately, the coaching profession is one of constant fluctuation. The climate of the profession is fluid and movement is not at all uncommon,” states Superintendent Scott Tyner, “but, we at Tenaha have been lucky to have the opportunity to be led by a man and family of the quality of the Wards. My cap is tipped, and I wish them well.” Coach Ward, his wife Elizabeth Ward his sons Andy, Cooper, and Luke, will be missed by the Tenaha Tiger Nation.