Principal Jeff ReavesExt. 8102

I have been an educator for 12 years throughout Volusia County. In 2013, I was named principal at Edgewater Public School. As principal, I led my school with a STEM focus (Science Technology Engineering and Math) and was the first elementary school in Florida to be certified by Advanc-ED in STEM. Adding Agriscience, Introduction to Computers, robotics and 3-D printing for career experiences in elementary, I was recognized as Florida’s Innovative Principal of the Year for 2017.

I also served as the principal at Holly Hill K-8 School. At both Edgewater and Holly Hill, students made gains in FSA scores, industry certifications as well as state EOC exams. This was accomplished while serving diverse populations and ensuring that all students were provided opportunities to be challenged and grow. I believe that we serve students best when we provide diverse educational paths to be college and career ready.

My undergraduate degree was earned from Warner Southern College in Organizational Management with postgraduate degrees from Liberty University and Nova Southeastern University.

I have three sons, three amazing daughter-in-laws and two beautiful granddaughters who light up my life.  Every day is a blessing to me that I have the opportunity to get up each day and work with wonderful students and staff.


Assistant Principal Nicole CastanheiraExt. 8103

I am thrilled and honored to be the Assistant Principal at Matanzas High School. I strive be an instructional leader that inspires lifelong learning in students and teachers. 

I grew up in Flagler County and graduated from Flagler Palm Coast High School. I received my Bachelor's in Elementary Education from the University of Central Florida in 2001. I earned a Master of Education Degree from Walden University in 2011 and a certification in Educational Leadership from Stetson University in 2017.

I started my career as a classroom teacher and later became a Teacher Support Colleague. In 2017, I transitioned to the Flagler Schools District Office as a Curriculum Specialist. I am grateful for the opportunity to now be working at Matanzas High School empowering students to lead lives of significance. Go Pirates!


Assistant Principal Kenny SeyboldExt. 8126

Kenneth “Kenny” Seybold has been a resident of Flagler County since 1993. He moved here from Westchester County, New York. He began his teaching career in 1986, which included teaching stops in the South Bronx and a residential facility for students with severe emotional handicaps in Dobbs Ferry, NY.

Kenny began teaching at Flagler Palm Coast High School as a self-contained ESE teacher in 1993. While at FPC he taught students with many different learning disabilities. In 2002 he became a Dean of Students at FPC and then moved into an Assistant Principal Position in 2004.

As Matanzas High School gets ready to celebrate its 13th year of educating Flagler County students, Kenny is proud to say he has been part of the school every step along the way. In 2005, he was named Assistant Principal of Matanzas. Kenny has also coached track, basketball, soccer and served as the Matanzas Athletic Director from 2005-2013.

He received his Bachelor's Degree in 1986 from Concordia College in Bronxville, NY. He also obtained a Masters Degree in Education from Pace University in 1992 and a Masters Degree in Special Education from The College of New Rochelle in 1993. With and interest in Educational Administration Kenny attended Nova Southeastern University and earned a Educational Specialist Degree in 2004.


Assistant Principal Mandy Kraverotis
Ext. 8124

I am honored to serve Matanzas High School as an assistant principal. I was born and raised in the small town of Oxford, Alabama. I graduated from Spruce Creek High School in Port Orange and attended the University of Central Florida, earning my Bachelors of Arts in English Language Arts Education in 2006. I earned my Masters in Educational Leadership from Saint Leo University in 2014.

I have worked in Flagler County for thirteen years, first in the classroom as an English and Journalism teacher and on the field, as cheerleading coach. I then transitioned to working as an instructional coach at MHS and an ELA curriculum specialist at the district office. Now, as assistant principal, I am primarily tasked with assessment and data quality. I am proud to continue to serve the Pirate Nation!