A shared belief in Community Education as a means to engage patrons in valuable experiences
A lack of direct competition between most existing programs
Areas of strength within each district’s existing programs that could potentially apply to the other district with limited startup time required.”
Parkway Superintendent Keith Marty also noted, “A partnership could provide for cost savings in administrative and other staffing costs. In addition, it could create economies of scale and result in an enhanced overall offering of programs and services for both district’s patrons.”
A recommendation will be presented to both Boards of Education this fall, at which time a decision will be made about whether or not to create the Community Education partnership.