What Should We Ask Parkway's Superintendent?

Keith Marty recently took over as the superintendent of Parkway School District. "Patch" meets with him Tuesday.

New Parkway School District Keith Marty is meeting with area media this week as he settles into his new role.

Marty was named the district's new superintendent in late January following a nationwide months-long search. Marty was most recently the superintendent of Menomonee Falls School District in suburban Milwaukee. He signed a three-year contract with Parkway; his starting salary is $220,000 per year.

Marty has visited the school district several times since being named superintendent. He previously told Patch that he will get started by getting to know people throughout the district and learning more about the issues facing Parkway. He's also eager to implement plans from Project Parkway, a multi-year districtwide strategic planning effort.

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Chesterfield Patch will meet with Marty for a 30-minute interview Tuesday afternoon. Patch editors with schools in the Parkway district have been busy compiling a list of questions, but we want to hear from you, too. 

What questions should we ask Marty? Let us know.

Natalia Motola July 19, 2011 at 12:56 PM
I am happy with the school (Craig Elementary) my kids attend. They have a great principal and great teachers. I have two concerns: 1) I have consistently heard that the curriculum is easier at Parkway. Is this to improve over all grades in the district? How does Parkway compare to the Pattonville curriculum? 2) Recently I wrote an article on the lunch program at Parkway and University City with horrifying results. The nutritional value of the lunch program at schools is below par. Does he plan to adopt any of Michelle Obama's programs or something similar to the Maplewood-Richmond Heights district lunch programs?


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