• Innovation: Creating results by doing new things

    Innovation Architect: A person that makes other people innovate by changing the environment they work in

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    As we move further into the digital age, the Parkway School District recognizes that we will need to continue to expand our practice and remain flexible in our approach to educating students. In response to this, the Innovation Team was created to stay on the cutting edge and research new practices and technologies as they come about. By partnering with technology and curriculum coordinators, we can bring a variety of experiences and viewpoints to our district.


  • Parkway Instructional Technology Commitments

    As Parkway strives to support and prepare students for an ever-changing world, it’s imperative that the decisions all staff make with technology and the access that we provide to our students reflect the realities that they encounter in and out of school. This responsibility to students, as learners who live in this digital age, requires us to lay out the commitments and rationales to amplify learning and provide students with the skills to be innovative problem solvers. Parkway recognizes that the digital landscape, community expectations, and students' learning needs will continue to change. 

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  • Access Learning for Today (ALT)

    Access Learning For Today

    In the summer of 2017, rollout of the ALT project will include more than 150 hours of professional development focusing on technology integration. In the fall, every middle school student will receive a chromebook for use in the classroom and at home. We will also expand our elementary classroom chromebook implementation to include a device for every student in 2nd grade. The rollout of chromebooks will continue to high schools in 2018 with the goal of all students in grades 2-12 having individual access by 2021.

    The ALT project is a springboard to transforming teaching and learning in the digital age. ALT will provide the tools and content that give students the ability to create, access, and experience all the world has to offer. This project will include all initiatives meant to provide digital content, devices and systems for the purpose of educating Parkway students. We will also develop a digital content strategy to insure that all students have access to high quality digital content. 


  • Contact Information

    Bill Bass
    Innovation Coordinator - Instructional Technology, Information, Federal Grants & Library Media
    Email | 314-415-8458

    Jason Rooks
    Chief Information Officer
    Email | 314-415-8101

    Amy Johnson
    Digital Learning Specialist
    Email | 314-415-8459

    Kira Brennan
    Library Support Specialist
    Email | 314-415-8455

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