PO Box 128
Lost Creek, WV 26385
We have 210 students at Lost Creek from PreSchool to 5th Grade. There are 2 preschools, including the offsite preschool located at the bottom of the hill. There are also 2 Kindergartens, 1st & 2nd Grades as well as one each of grades 3 through 5. Our Title One teachers provides specialized instruction in reading and math. Students receive Physical Education, Library and Computer instruction on a weekly basis.
History of Lost Creek Elementary:
Originally named Grant District High School, the doors were first opened in October of 1915, housing grades 1 through 12. It opened with the help of borrowed chairs from the community. Some of the rooms of the building were heated with coal burning stoves. The first students arrived on foot, horseback, and streetcar. Later, Ford cars and sleighs were utilized. There are 96 steps from the bottom of the hill to the third floor. Climbing these steps provided physical exercise as a gym wasn't completed until 1922 at the bottom of the hill where we currently have a parking lot. A new gym was added to the existing building in 1994. Increasing enrollment made it necessary to construct a new high school. Thus, South Harrison High School was built in 1965, allowing Lost Creek to become an elementary school. Nestled at the top of a hill, we at Lost Creek consider our school to be the true "hidden gem" of Harrison County!
Help us celebrate our centennial. Click the link about to see more.
Take Interstate 79 Exit 110.
From the North go .7 mile – the school is on the right on a hill.
From the South, turn right at the bottom of the exit and left at the 4-way stop. The school drive is the third on the left. Parking for visitors is the gravel lot at the bottom of the hill.
7:00 am Doors Open
7:15 am Breakfast Served
7:45 am Students report to their classrooms.
10:45 am Pre-K Lunch
11:00 am K-1-2 Lunch
12:00 pm 3-4-5 Lunch
2:30 pm Walkers
2:35 pm 1st Bus Dismissed
2:45 pm Students report to
late Bus Room
Lost Creek students and staff participating in the World JAM Day February 12, 2014
Check out the Summer Learning Challenge opportunities
from the WV Department of Education
Spirit Week 2015