When he started in Roscoe, there was also a revolving door of administrators, which is not good for any school, he said. As a 1989 Roscoe Central School graduate with a family living in Livingston Manor, he said: “I’m not looking to move off.”
Evans said he hopes the arrangement can work as a long-term solution. The biggest challenge will be for residents to understand that as one person, he can’t be involved in everything a superintendent traditionally is, he said, and how he divides his time will depend on what’s going on at each district.
Evans said videoconferencing will also play a role.He started his career in 1994 at Hammondsport Central School as a technology education teacher, and before coming to Roscoe he was assistant superintendent for technology and student information at Fallsburg Central School from 2008 to January 2009.
Evans earned his certificate of advanced study in educational administration from SUNY New Paltz in 2005.