Brian Gregoire, director of Andover CAPS
Brian Gregoire enters as director of Andover CAPS with 12 years of experience in school administration, including eight in Andover. He previously worked as an assistant principal and activities director for Andover Central High School and as the district coordinator for Career and Technical Education (CTE).  Prior to becoming a school administrator, he was a high school history teacher. He has degrees from SUNY Oneonta in history 7-12 and Baker University in school leadership Pre-K-12. Gregoire also earned his district-level certification from Wichita State University. He is originally from upstate New York, but has been happily living in Kansas since 2003. 

Seth Scripter, CAPS teacher

Seth Scripter has been a teacher and counselor for the past 15 years. Most recently he taught engineering and robotics in Project Lead the Way at Wichita Heights High School. He graduated from Kansas State University in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education. He obtained a Master’s degree in School Counseling from the same institution in 2007.

“With the entire world of knowledge available at the tips of our fingers, the most important thing we can do for students is to guide them in opportunities to learn in context and develop skills necessary to solve specific and authentic real-world problems,” Scripter says. “The processes and attitudes established in these endeavors are transferable to all challenges they may face.”

Steven Huskey, CAPS teacher

Steven Huskey joins the Andover CAPS team after teaching business courses for five years at Andover Central High School. Huskey spent his early adult life serving five years in the United States Navy, followed by three years in the private sector working in business and finance. His first teaching position was at Labette County High School, where he spent 2 1/2 years before a family move brought him to Andover. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Wichita State University and a master’s in teaching from Baker University.

As an instructor at Andover CAPS, Huskey looks forward to working with the motivated and courageous students who will become the “plank owners” of Andover CAPS.