Dora Stutler - Superintendent of Schools

Dora Stutler

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Dora L. Stutler has spent her entire career serving the families of Harrison County. Prior to acceding to the Superintendent's chair, she served as the Personnel Director for Harrison County Schools, and spent many years as a school administrator. She worked as the principal of Norwood, Adamston, and Lost Creek Elementary Schools, and served as the Assistant Principal at West Milford Elementary School. In total, Stutler has over 18 years of school leadership experience.

Prior to her years in administration, Stutler was a teacher of the Gifted Program in Harrison County, and she started her career in education as a substitute teacher. Stutler is a graduate of Grafton High School, in Taylor County, WV. She earned a Bachelors's Degree in Elementary Education from Fairmont State University and a Masters's Degree in Special Education and Educational Leadership from West Virginia University.

Upon getting married, Stutler moved to Harrison County. She has been married for 35 years to her husband, Leonard, who works in the Oil and Gas industry. She and her husband have raised two children: a daughter, Holly, who is a teacher for Harrison County Schools and a graduate of Alderson-Broaddus College; and a son, Bradley, who is a land surveyor and graduate of Glenville State College. Both children are successful graduates of Liberty High School.

Stutler has a passion for education and a belief that all children deserve the best that Harrison County Schools can provide. She believes that honesty, integrity, and fairness are the foundations on which a community thrive, and that our schools play an immense role in shaping the character of all Harrison County students. According to Stutler, "Our students are our future, and therefore our most important investment."