The Clay County Chamber of Commerce is hosting its first Clay County State of Education Luncheon. The event will include a panel discussion with key representatives from public, private, and college landscapes, who will highlight issues shaping the current and future state of education.
Addison Davis, Superintendent of Schools, Clay County District Schools
Todd Zehner, Headmaster, St. Johns Country Day School
Dr. Anna Lebesch, Executive Director, St. Johns River State College, Orange Park Campus
“We are excited that the county is recognizing the educational system as the foundation of success in our community. These discussions are vital to spotlight important topics and maintain a clear focus of where the county is moving in the future. I am looking forward to the opportunity to take part in this inaugural event and collaborate with stakeholders as we work to improve every facet of the education system in Clay County,” said Superintendent Addison Davis.
“Education and its importance to the business community cannot be overstated. Education plays a major role in defining the county’s quality of life, preparing our next workforce to meet the growing needs of a diversifying business landscape and our ability to attract companies to locate in Clay. We look forward to our first event at Moosehaven. We invite the business community and public to sign up and hear about the State of Education.”
WHEN: Wednesday, March 29
11:30 am – 1:30 pm
1701 Park Ave
Orange Park, FL 32073