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IN THEIR OWN WORDS: MCS superintendent Robby Parker talks about his retirement

Editor’s note: “In Their Own Words” is a new weekly series where local leaders explain decisions impacting Madison in their own words. We will have new installments each Friday.

MADISON – Madison City Schools superintendent Robby Parker held a brief press conference Friday morning to address his retirement. Last night he told the MCS school board he plans to retire on Feb. 28 after 31 years with the school district.

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Below are some clips from this morning’s press conference. Click on the image below for each clip.

Madison City Schools Superintendent Robby Parker explains why he feels now is the right time to retire.
Robby Parker explains why he feels leaving at the end of Feb. is the right choice to make vs. staying until the end of the current school year.
Robby Parker explains why he feels Madison City Schools will continue to get even better after he leaves in Feb.
Robby Parker answers the question about what he plans to do next after leaving Madison City Schools.

 

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