Mrs. Megan Floyd began her career as a School Occupational Therapist in March of 2013, when she joined Montgomery County Schools. She obtained her Bachelor of Occupational Science from Eastern Kentucky University in 2010, and her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy in 2012. Before beginning her career in Montgomery County, Mrs. Floyd also completed internships at Irvine Health and Rehabilitation Center and Estill County Schools.
Mrs. Floyd works closely with students, teachers, and parents to improve individual student success within the classroom through the development and implementation of motor and sensory programming strategies to meet children’s individual needs. Mrs. Floyd’s further training includes certification in Therapeutic Listening, a research-based tool for people of all ages who have difficulty with processing sensory information, listening, attention, and communication.
Megan is the wife of Matt Floyd, a Collision Repair Technician and Autobody Painter. Together they have a one-year-old daughter, Tori Braelynn, and a three-year-old Brindle Pug named Whodee. During the summer and on the weekends, they enjoy traveling and going to car shows together. Megan also enjoys reading, sports, and cake decorating.
Mrs. Lindsay Maples is a recent Occupational Therapist graduate and a former graduate of Montgomery County Schools. She attended Eastern Kentucky University where she earned her Bachelors in Occupational Science. She received her Masters from Shawnee State University. Lindsay is very excited to return to her home community and work with the students of Montgomery County.
Lindsay works closely with students, teachers, and parents to improve individual student success within the classroom through the development and implementation of motor and sensory programming strategies to meet children's individual needs. She looks forward to obtaining further training and certifications that can benefit the students of Montgomery County.
Mrs. Maples is the wife of MC2 Accelerated Academy Mathematics teacher, and assistant football coach, Austin Maples. Lindsay and Austin reside in Montgomery County with their dog, Bear. Lindsay enjoys needle point, singing, shopping, and sports.
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Mrs. Kerry Covington graduated from Montgomery County High School, attended Georgetown College, and graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1992 with Bachelor of Health Science, Physical Therapy. She then returned to Mount Sterling to begin her career and has worked in a variety of settings with an emphasis in pediatrics. She has worked in the outpatient setting, home health, First Steps, and several school districts. Ms. Covington has provided contract physical therapy services to the Montgomery County School District for the past 14 years. She believes it is a great pleasure to have seen so many children achieve their goals and be able to follow them through their school careers and successes. She has pursued continuing education to improve herself as a therapist and to assist the children she works with in achieving their goals. She has taken courses in the areas of Motor Control, Motor Learning, Postural Control, Therapy in the Classroom, Kinesiotaping, Myofascial Release, Visual processing, and Astronaut Training for vestibular, auditory, and visual processing. She lives in Mount Sterling with her husband, Brian. They have four children; Rachel, Noah, Eden, and JT. In her free time she enjoys cooking, quilting, gardening, and attending all of her children’s activities and sports.