AGRICULTURE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OF TEXAS

The ATAT is a professional organization for ag science teachers and supporters that informs members about the
latest ag ed practices, encourages higher standards of teaching and provides a unified voice in the state legislature.

How We Began

On August 9, 1940, representatives from each area in Texas met in College Station during the state in-service training meeting. The result of this meeting was the formation of the Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association of Texas.

The Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association of Texas was established to promote and advance agriculture education in Texas and provide legislative representation to safeguard agriculture education programs. The Association informs agriculture teachers about the latest agricultural education practices, encourages higher standards of teaching agriculture and provides agriculture education a unified voice in the state legislature.


Ray Pieniazek, Executive Director

614 East 12th St Austin, TX 78701

ray@texasagteacher.org

Phone: 512-472-3128

Fax: 817-933-2009

Terry Baize, President

tbaize@hamiltonisd.org


Ryan Pieniazek, Vice-President

ryan.pieniazek@krumisd.org

Traylor Lenz, Secretary/Treasurer


Tammy Christian, Immediate Past President

tchristian@penelopeisd.org

Michael Meadows, Past, Past President

Contact Information

614 East 12th St Austin, TX 78701

www.texasagteachers.org

Phone: 512-472-3128

Fax: 512-472-0555

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