MCCRACKEN COUNTY, KY (NEWS FIRST) . — In a heartfelt letter addressed to the Mustang Nation, Matthew Houser announced his decision to step down from his role as principal of McCracken County High School. The decision, made after careful consideration of personal well-being, family priorities, and career opportunities, comes amid recent health concerns.

During his tenure spanning five years, Houser expressed deep gratitude for the rewarding experiences and shared dedication to student success within the McCracken County High School community. However, a desire to prioritize his health and devote more time to family necessitated this difficult choice.

Houser assured the McCracken County High School community of the continuation of the school’s success under the capable leadership of its administrative team. He emphasized that plans are in place to ensure seniors experience all end-of-year activities as planned.

Expressing fondness for the memories, experiences, and relationships forged during his eighteen years within McCracken County Public Schools, Houser thanked the community for their understanding and the opportunity to serve as principal. He wished the school continued success in all endeavors.