Hear from BOE superintendent Eddie Tyler at Aug. 21 event
Want to know what’s happening at the Baldwin County Board of Education?
Hear Superintendent Dr. Eddie Tyler speak at the South Baldwin Chamber’s Leadership Series luncheon on Tuesday, Aug. 21.
Tyler has been superintendent since September 2015 and has worked in education for more than 43 years. During his tenure as an educator, he served as teacher, bus driver, assistant coach, athletic director, and head football, baseball, soccer, tennis and track coach.
A 1970 graduate of Murphy High School, Tyler earned an undergraduate degree in 1976 from the University of South Alabama and a master in education and administrative certification from the University of West Alabama in 1998.
His career started in Monroeville, Alabama, where he spent seven years before returning to his hometown of Mobile in 1983. He spent 25 years working in the Baldwin County School System before he left for the Eufaula City School System, where he became superintendent in 2012.
Lunch is from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Foley Civic Center, 407 E. Laurel Ave. Cost is $18 for chamber members, $30 for non-members.
Reserve your spot now to hear the latest on the school system, which serves more than 31,000 students on its 45 campuses.