ELOY — Allen Rogers wears a lot of hats.
On top of his role as an Arizona Ranger, Rogers serves as both the superintendent and a resource officer for the Picacho Elementary School District as well.
During the Arizona City Chamber of Commerce luncheon July 21 at the Tumbleweed Inn in Eloy, Rogers spoke about what motivated him to serve his community in more ways than one. Read more here......
The Pinal County School Superintendent’s Office was originally established in 1914 by the authority of the Arizona State Constitution. As an Educational Service Agency there is a long history of providing assistance to the school districts in Pinal County. Our organization is committed to working cooperatively with agencies throughout the state in identifying and serving the educational needs in Pinal County. We strive to accomplish this through leadership and partnering to offer a wide range of educator and student centered services. Today, the roles and responsibilities have changed significantly as society, educational requirements and economics have changed. However, the ultimate goal of each service and program offered is to improve the quality of learning opportunities provided to over 51,000 students and 6,300 employees that attend or work at public school districts in Pinal County.