Traysea Moresea was appointed Greenup County Schools Superintendent in a unanimous vote of the Board of Education on Monday, July 29th.
Traysea Moresea brings 20 years of experience in education to the helm of Greenup County Schools. Her personal background in education includes a Bachelor of Arts in Education grades K-8, a Masters in Educational Leadership grades Pre-K-12, and certification as Instructional Supervisor grades PK-12 all from Marshall University. She completed her certification work for Superintendent at Eastern Kentucky University.
Mrs. Moresea began her educational career as a Title I Reading Teacher in Cabell County Schools in Milton, WV. She then came to the Bluegrass State and served the Ashland Independent Schools as an elementary teacher and district technology resource teacher for 13 years. While a teacher at Ashland she also coached academic team and worked to level the playing field for at-risk students via technology and project-based learning. She moved into leadership as a District Reading/Curriculum Specialist for Fairview Independent Schools for two years before becoming the Director of Curriculum Instruction and Assessment at Greenup County Schools for the past five years.
During her time at Greenup County, Mrs. Moresea has been able to work with the teachers and administration to improve k-12 student achievement, graduation rate, and dual credit/ transition to career offerings. In addition, Mrs. Moresea led data and instructional development to move the district into the status of District of Distinction.
Traysea Moresea has been married for 16 years to Matt Moresea, who is also an educator. Matt teaches biology and college anatomy at Ashland Blazer High School.The Moresea’s have two children - Maria, 11 and Max, 8 who are both students within the Greenup County Schools district. The Moresea family spends a great deal of time in extracurricular activities such as Academic Team, Lego League, Youth Basketball, and Little League Baseball/Softball.
Traysea Moresea is committed to serving all students in Greenup County Schools as if they are her own children. She wants each student to have their personal strengths highlighted and a pathway for personal success to be provided.