Superintendent Walker Reflects on First Month at PHS

Superintendent Walker Reflects on First Month at PHS

Superintendent Greg Walker began his job at PHS on October 1, and so far, he is having a positive experience.

“I love it here. The students and staff have been very welcoming,” said Walker.

When Walker started at Paoli, he was faced with some difficult tasks to finalize and begin. Instead of looking at these missions as challenges, he views them as opportunities. The first big opportunity Walker has to complete is collective bargaining with the Indiana State Teachers Association and settling a master contract before November 15.

Before coming to Paoli, Walker was the superintendent of the Brownstown Central Community School Corporation.

“Regarding differences from my old school, the job is basically the same. There are some tasks I had other people take care of at Brownstown that are now my sole responsibility,” said Walker.

Walker is excited for his new job, school and coworkers and is eager to see where PHS will take him.

“There are many positive things going on within Paoli schools, and I look forward to sharing those with the community,” said Walker.


Story by Gracie Walls