Sinton ISD Superintendent
Dr. Andy Reddock
On March 21, 2022, Dr. Andy Reddock was unanimously approved by the Sinton ISD Board of Trustees as superintendent of the Sinton Independent School District.
Prior to arriving at SISD, Dr. Reddock served as Superintendent of Flatonia ISD, Superintendent of Pewitt CISD, Assistant Superintendent of Coahoma ISD, Principal of Marble Falls Elementary (Marble Falls ISD) and George Vogel Elementary (Seguin ISD). Additionally, Dr. Reddock has served as Assistant Principal of Marble Falls Elementary and Marble Falls Middle School (Marble Falls ISD). Prior to entering public school administration, Dr. Reddock taught 5th grade at A.M. Story Elementary (Palestine ISD).
Dr. Reddock received his Associate of Arts degree from Trinity Valley Community College, a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas at Tyler, a Master of Education degree from Stephen F. Austin State University, and a Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from Texas Tech University. Additionally, Dr. Reddock holds certifications as Superintendent EC-12, Principal EC-12, and Classroom Teacher in Elementary Reading / English / Self-Contained 1-8.
Dr. Reddock has two children, Madison and Paden. Both attend Texas Tech University in Lubbock. Dr. Reddock’s wife, Jaime, is an elementary school teacher with Sinton ISD.
As superintendent, Dr. Reddock is committed to promoting educational opportunities that maximize the potential of all students in the Sinton Independent School District.
"Student success must always remain the focal point of all endeavors within our District. Our students deserve nothing less than the absolute best that we as educators and as a community can provide. Whether in academic studies or extra-curricular competition, our students, along with our faculty and staff, will demonstrate class, character, and pride in themselves, our District, and our school community. At Sinton ISD, we are more than just a school, we are a family."
- Andy Reddock, Ed.D
Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent