Both appointments take effect July 1.
Superintendent James Tager recommended veteran educators Jeff Reaves and Anna Crawford to fill the vacant principal roles at Matanzas High School and Wadsworth Elementary School, respectively.
Reaves has been an educator for 12 years throughout Volusia County, most recently as the principal of Holly Hill School and previously as principal of Edgewater Public School.
He was recognized earlier this year as Florida’s Innovative Principal of the Year by the Florida Council of Instructional Technology Leaders for his role in adding agriscience, introduction to computers, robotics and 3-D printing for career experiences at the elementary level.
"I am humbled and blessed to join the Flagler County Schools' family," Reaves said in a release. "Matanzas High is an outstanding high school, and I look forward to the opportunity to collaborate with the students, staff, parents and community to help all our students achieve their best."
Anna Crawford will be making the transition as the current assistant principal of Flagler Palm Coast High School to become the principal of Wadsworth Elementary School.
In this new role, Crawford will start her 18th year in education and 12th with Flagler Schools. Prior to her position at Flagler Palm Coast High, Crawford was at Belle Terre Elementary School for six years, and she originally began her work in Flagler Schools at Wadsworth Elementary.
"I am proud to be a part of the Flagler Schools family and am excited about the opportunity to return home to Wadsworth Elementary to serve the faculty, students and families," Crawford said in a release.