Key Initiatives to Help Launch Our Students for Success

March 12, 2012

12 noon to 1:15 p.m., Banquet Room, The Renaissance Building
136 SW Washington St., Corvallis
Speaker: Erin Prince, Ed.D, Superintendent, Corvallis School District 509J

With so many competing interests and mandates, school districts today face the challenge of narrowing the focus on what really matters for student success. Superintendent of Corvallis Schools, Dr. Erin Prince, will share specific initiatives our local public schools are focusing on to prepare our next generation to be an integral part of our global society.

Erin Prince became superintendent of the Corvallis School District on July 1, 2011. She arrived in Corvallis from the Sherwood School District where she had been serving as the assistant superintendent since 2006. Prior to that, she worked as an administrator in the Greater Albany and Lake Oswego school districts and as an elementary school teacher in the Oregon City, Hillsboro and Tigard-Tualatin school districts. Erin also has been a district TAG coordinator and
grant writer, a curriculum, instruction and assessment specialist and human resources director during her career.

Attendance is free. Lunch is $8 for members, $10 for nonmembers. To register, send email to Roger Lizut at by March 8 with “City Club March 12” in the subject line.

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