LINCOLN COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT
TO PRESENT AT CHAMBER LUNCH FORUM
Steve Boynton, Superintendent of the Lincoln County School District, is the guest speaker at the upcoming Chamber of Commerce Lunch Forum on Tuesday, October 28th, at the Cultural Center, 540 NE Highway 101, in Lincoln City.
The presentation titled, The Changing Face of Education, will provide attendees with a better understanding of current trends in education and how the school district is addressing them. Boynton has been the Superintendent since July 1st of this year after the retirement of Tom Rinearson. Prior to taking the position, Boynton served as Superintendent of the Arlington School District in Arlington Oregon.
Mr. Boynton believes that children learn best when given information within a “real life context,” not just from reading something in a book and then testing for it. Applied information in real world settings allow children to learn more about the world and to retain what they’ve learned more efficiently.
The luncheon is catered by Mo’s Restaurant of Lincoln City and the event is sponsored by the local chapter of the American Cancer Society.
The Chamber luncheon will begin at 11:45am and the cost will be $10. The public is always invited to attend Chamber Lunch Forums and should RSVP to the Chamber by calling or emailing the Chamber by 5pm Friday, October 24th.
For more information contact the Lincoln City Chamber of Commerce at 541-994-3070 or email email@example.com or visit the website at www.lcchamber.com.