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Parkway Names Interim Assistant Superintendent

The Parkway Board of Education recently named William Myer as interim assistant superintendent of secondary education, effective July 1, 2006. As assistant superintendent, Myer will have responsibility for secondary schools (grades 6-12), program evaluation, activities and athletics, calendar development, discipline, pupil personnel and the Voluntary Student Transfer program. Currently the principal of Parkway Central High, Myer replaces assistant superintendent of high schools Cynthia Jaskowiak, who retired from the district. Tim Gannon, currently assistant principal at Central High, will serve as the school's interim principal for the 2006-07 school year. "The Board looks forward to working with Mr. Myer in his new role," says Parkway Board of Education President Monty Montgomery. "We are confident that under his leadership, Parkway will continue its commitment to excellence and achievement for all our students." Myer began his career in 1971 as a social studies teacher at Parkway West High. In 1983, he became an assistant principal at Central Junior High and then principal from 1987-1989. He became principal of Central High in 1989. Gannon began his career in 1976 as a social studies teacher at Parkway Central High. In 1988, he became an assistant principal.