After obtaining his associate's degree, Dr. Norman Fletcher earned a bachelor's and master's degree in mathematics from Texas A&M at Commerce. He then completed his Ed.D at Texas A&M at Commerce, with an emphasis in curriculum development, supervision, and instructional strategy development.
Dr. Fletcher is a published author of instructional mathematics software and is also a former National Science Foundation fellow, a NISOD fellow, and a Minnie Stephens Piper Professor. He is the owner-operator of the 5F5 Ranch, where he raises Mediterranean Minature donkeys and horses.
Originally from Sulphur, Louisiana, Candice Thomas graduated in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and computer science from McNeese State University, and later a master’s degree in mathematical sciences in 2013. She teaches algebra and develpmental mathematics.
Professor Thomas was a collegiate softball catcher at junior colleges in Florida and later at McNeese State.
Mrs. Constancio obtained both her master's and bachelor's degrees from Tarleton State University in Stephenville. She teaches classes on the Ranger and Stephenville campuses. She is the chair of the Distance Learning Committee and the College Math Prep liaison for House Bill 5.
Professor Constancio has a beautiful young daughter who keeps her skinny and busy. When she is not at school or running around with her daughter, she loves to read and bake desserts.