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Former Stamford Teacher Gets Principal Job At Greenwich's Parkway School

Mary Grandville
Mary Grandville Photo Credit: Contributed

GREENWICH, Conn. — Mary Grandville will be the new principal at Parkway School in Greenwich effective July 1, Superintendent of Schools Sal Corda announced Wednesday.

Grandville is currently assistant principal at North Street School.

She will be filling in as interim principal at NSS, while Principal Jill Flood is on maternity leave for the remainder of this school year, and will then assume her new position at Parkway.

“Ms. Grandville brings extensive teaching and administrative experience in Greenwich to the role of Parkway Principal," Corda said. "She impressed us with her thoughtful insights into tailoring instructional strategies to further personalize learning based on data analysis to gain understanding of the individual performance and needs of students. I have no doubt she will be a great match for Parkway.”

Grandville said it is an honor and a privilege to be appointed principal at Parkway.

"I look forward to getting to know all of the students, staff and families who call Parkway home," she said. "I look forward to working collaboratively with all members of the school community to support our students in reaching the highest levels of achievement, while demonstrating the personal qualities and interpersonal skills necessary, to become successful members of our global community.”

After teaching for 11 years in Stamford, Grandville came to the Greenwich Public Schools as assistant principal at Old Greenwich School. She also served as interim principal at OGS in 2005.

In 2011, she transferred to North Street School as assistant principal. In addition to her school leadership responsibilities, she is an active member of the Greenwich District Data Team and the District’s Safe School Climate Committee.

Grandville received a bachelor of science degree in elementary education from the University of Connecticut in 1988; a master's in remedial reading/language arts from Western Connecticut State University in 1996; and a sixth-year certificate in educational leadership from the University of Connecticut in 2000.

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