Abra Seay and Toussiant Roberson added as assistant principals

Flagler Schools Superintendent Mittelstadt shifts Roberson to Buddy Taylor Middle School and promotes Seay at FPC.

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Toussiant Roberson, right, and Abra Seay, left. Courtesy photos.
Toussiant Roberson, right, and Abra Seay, left. Courtesy photos.
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Flagler Schools Superintendent Cathy Mittelstadt announced a pair of new assistant principals on two campuses.

The first is current Flagler Palm Coast High School Assistant Principal Toussiant Roberson. He will assume the same position at Buddy Taylor Middle School, rounding out Principal Cara Cronk’s administrative team.

The second is Abra Seay, currently a teaching and learning specialist with the district office who will become an assistant principal at Flagler Palm Coast High School.

“Both Toussiant and Abra are determined leaders who consistently look for ways to reach students. This has served them well at each step of their careers, and I expect that to continue in their new positions,” Mittelstadt said.

“I feel so blessed and grateful to have the opportunity to work at Buddy Taylor Middle School," Roberson said. "I am excited to be joining the Buddy Taylor family, and I look forward to helping everyone reach their full potential.”

“I am so excited and thankful for the opportunity to serve the faculty, staff, parents, and most importantly, the students of Flagler-Palm Coast High School,” Seay said. “As a life-long Flagler Schools student and employee, I look forward to bringing my vast experiences back to my alma mater to continue to serve our students and support their learning."

Roberson has been with Flagler Schools since 2010. He has over 22 years in education. Roberson has a BA in History from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. He is certified in History and Exceptional Student Education.

Seay has worked with Flagler Schools for more than two decades. She has a BS in Exceptional Student Education from the University of Central Florida and a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership and Administration from Nova Southeastern University. She is also a 1995 graduate of FPC.

Both began transitioning to their new roles on Dec. 1.


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