“The children should always be the center of the organization because everyone has a right to a free and appropriate education,” Sincavage said.
The key to balancing the budget and giving students an excellent education is in having an efficient system, he said. Sincavage gave the example of how he moved staff around in Wells to minimize hiring new staff and save money.
“I’m a big numbers guy,” Sincavage said. “I can give strength to numbers and have them tell a story.”
He said what qualifies him to be the superintendent is his positive attitude and infinite amount of energy.
“Education is going to be changing and it’s going to be through technology,” Sincavage said.
In his vision for the future of education, Sincavage utilizes technology such as ipads to get children excited about their education.
Sincavage closed by saying he is, “As honest as they come. I don’t treat people differently because we are all humans. I try to set a good example every day.”
The board of education is expected to consider the input of all participants while in the selection process and choose a final candidate in July with a projected start date of Sept. 1, according to a media release from the school.