Boyer Retiring From W-H School After Eight Years, 44 Years In Education

Wilcox-Hildreth Superintendent Roger Boyer has been involved in Nebraska education at every level since 1968.
After serving as the principal for a middle school in Lexington, Boyer retired in 2001, at the age of 55.
Due to requirements that he be out of Nebraska education for 180 days before being allowed back, Boyer and his wife moved to Arizona, where he served as the principal of a high school in Holbrook, AZ, over 750 students.

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