Just over two years ago, the Huntsville City School system was on the brink of state take over. They were nearly 20 million dollars in debt, with many other problems plaquing the school system. The school board hired a new superintendent... and things began to change.
"So logistics for operations, for CFO-- we're looking for folks with CPA degrees."
Wardynski says, for him, it's all about building a firm financial foundation, hiring talented teachers, and also making sure children are the focus and not the adults.
"We need to tie the money to the kids I think more directly," said Wardynski.