New School Administrators

Superintendent Anna Shepherd announces two new school administrators in Floyd County Schools. Casey Huff is the new Dean of Students for Prestonsburg High and Seth Crisp is Assistant Principal for Allen Elementary.

Superintendent Shepherd comments, “We want to welcome Mr. Huff to our district and welcome Mr. Crisp back to our administrative team. We want the best people to help our students to move forward in their education and past the challenges of the past year. Our board members and district leadership team look forward to working with these administrators.”

Seth has over 16 years of experience in education. He has served as a home instruction teacher, special education teacher and assistant principal. In addition, Seth has worked with students from a coaching standpoint whether it was the academic team, future problem solving team or as the coach for football, basketball, and baseball.

Seth says, “ I’m excited to return to Allen Elementary. I want to give back to this wonderful community that has given so much to me.  I’ll use my experience in different aspects of education to help me be more effective in reaching our students. Working with our staff, parents and community is the best way to create the optimum learning environment for our children. Working together will help us continue the growing success that’s building at AES.”

Seth and his wife Mika live in Emma with their children, Avery 3, and Sawyer 3 months. The Crisps are active members of their church community. Seth loves traveling to new places and watching the UK Wildcats compete, especially in football. He also enjoys golfing and watching Netflix. 

Casey Huff comes to us from Hindman Elementary in Knott County where he was a principal. He’s spent 8 years in education with most of those being in the classroom. Along with teaching, Casey has coached middle and high school basketball. He believes that relationships must come before rigor. Casey says, “The standard to which we can hold students is contingent on the time, energy, and effort we pour into them as individuals.” When asked what he sees as his role as Dean of Students, he says, “I want to mentor and serve students. I want to ensure equitable learning opportunities are available in our school and community and I’ll work diligently with all students to make sure they have the resources and tools they need to reach their potential both in and out of the classroom.”  

Casey and his wife Megan have two daughters, Dharma, age 5, and Maya, age 2.


Superintendent Shepherd comments, “Please join us in welcoming and congratulating these gentlemen. Let’s work with them to help students succeed.” Shepherd closed by saying, “We are excited for the 2021-2022 school year to begin. We have some new faces in the district and we have folks in new locations and even in new roles. Our district support team will be there to assist directly and through programs like our new teacher cadre, our new principal cadre and more. While we know that there will be challenges ahead, we are looking forward to an incredible year in Floyd County Schools.”

Seth Crisp Casey Huff