Greenwich Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Toni Jones has appointed Ms. Cindy Boucard as Assistant Principal for Parkway School, effective July 1, 2021.
Ms. Boucard has been serving as the Interim Assistant Principal at Parkway School and will now take on this position permanently following the retirement of Jeffrey Libby.
In this role, Ms. Boucard will support supervision and evaluation of staff, facilitation of the special education process, maintaining a safe and welcoming school climate, and advocating on behalf of all students.
Superintendent Dr. Jones said, “We are thrilled that Cindy will be joining the Parkway School community permanently. Given her background in Special Education and her leadership roles both in our Central Office and at our schools, coupled with the relationships and connections that she has already forged at Parkway, we know she will continue to be a great leader for the school.”
Prior to this current role as Interim Assistant Principal, Ms. Boucard held a number of leadership roles across the District. These roles include Interim Assistant Principal at New Lebanon School during February 2018 – April 2018, and again in March 2019 – May 2019, and a maternity leave replacement for a Special Education Coordinator at our Central Office, serving students across our entire District.
Boucard has also worked in the Greenwich Public Schools summer school program both as a teacher and as a site coordinator, responsible for enrolling students, supervising instruction, staff evaluations and communications with parents. Prior to joining Greenwich Schools in 2012 as a special education teacher for New Lebanon School, Boucard began her educational career in Bridgeport as a special education teacher.
“I am honored and excited to be permanently joining the Parkway School community. I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with our students, faculty, and families over the past year and feel that Parkway has truly become my home. I will continue to support the great work that has been accomplished at Parkway for the remainder of this year and in future years to come,” Boucard said in a release.
Boucard holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a concentration in Mental Health from Albertus Magnus College; a Master of Arts in Teaching with a concentration in Autism Special Education, and an Intermediate Administration and Supervision 092 Certification from Sacred Heart University.