38 E. Lyndon Street
Lumberport, WV 26386-0417
Meet Our Principal:
Ms. Vickie Luchuck
Please e-mail any questions, concerns, or ideas to Ms. Luchuck at:
My teaching experience spanned 28 years in three counties (Roane, Braxton, and Harrison) and I am in my fourteenth year as an administrator, with the last ten years at LES. I previously taught first and second grades at Lumberport Elementary School for sixteen years, after teaching at both Wallace Elementary and Sardis Elementary schools here in Harrison County for several years. I was the administrator at South Harrison Middle School for three years before having the opportunity to return to LES as the principal. I've spent 42 years in my chosen profession.
I have had many opportunities to represent my school and profession on committies and projects from the county to state level both as a teacher and administrator, and I've had tremendous professional growth opportunities throughout my career. I am also a member of and past officer of the West Virginia Association of Elementary and Middle School Principals.
I have been blessed with two wonderful children who are the loves of my life! Stacey and Roger both attended Lumberport Elementary School for their entire elementary school careers, and both received an excellent education here! Stacey is an architect and Roger is a certified driver for a WV-based delivery company. I have three beautiful, bright, and healthy grandchildren who light up my life!
My LES family is also amazing! The students are so kind and loving; the staff is caring and concerned, and the parents are great to work with to help their children. I am glad to be part of the LES family! I have considered LES my 'home' since 1989!
I graduated from Glenville State College with double degrees in elementary education and early childhood education. I have a Masters Degree from Salem International University in curriculum and instruction, and I have a Masters Degree from West Virginia University in educational leadership. Further, I've completed an additional 72 hours of graduate level work beyond that. I truly believe in lifelong learning.
I also believe it "takes a village to raise a child." We are so blessed here at Lumberport Elementary to have a wonderful 'village' or community for our children! Our students are the best, our staff is amazing and our parents and community partners are awesome.
Thank you to everyone who works with and for our students. You are so appreciated!