Oak Ridge Schools Superintendent Bruce Borchers will present his State of the Schools at Lunch with the League on Tuesday, February 1.
During the annual talks, Borchers gives an overview of what is happening in Oak Ridge Schools.
“Between the unusual events at the high school in December and groundbreaking of the state-of-the-art Ben Martin Track, Dr. Borchers will undoubtedly have much to share,” a press release said.
Lunch with the League is organized by League of Women Voters of Oak Ridge.
Borchers started his education career as an elementary physical education teacher in the Sioux City (Iowa) Community School District. He also worked as an interim assistant principal and guidance counselor in Iowa City, Iowa; as assistant principal and principal in Mankato, Minnesota; and as associate superintendent of secondary schools for the Anoka-Hennepin (Minnesota) School District. Prior to joining the Oak Ridge Schools, Borchers was the superintendent of the Rockwood School District from 2010 to 2013.
Borchers earned a doctorate from the University of Minnesota, master’s degrees from Wayne State College and the University of South Dakota, and a bachelor’s degree from Morningside College.
Lunch with the League welcomes League members and nonmembers alike to this informative presentation, the press release said. For instruction on linking to the live presentation, contact [email protected]. All League members will receive an email with the Zoom link prior to the meeting. A couple of days following the presentation, you may view the recorded presentation on the League’s website at https://my.lwv.org/tennessee/oak-ridge.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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