Meet the Counselor

My name is Ms. Moore. I am an alumna of Tucker County High School and am ecstatic to have returned as the School Counselor. I started my college journey at Fairmont State University, where I received a B.S. in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. I was a member of the Student Psychological Association as well as in the Honors Program. I continued my journey to Marshall University, where I am currently working on my Master of Art in School Counseling with a specialization in Violence, Loss, and Trauma and eagerly anticipate graduating in December. I hope to continue my education and pursue a Doctor of Philosophy or PsyD in Counseling Psychology. While I was born in Oakland, Maryland, I have called Tucker County home my whole life, even buying my first house here last year. This place is home, but my heart loves to travel. Last year alone, I traveled to New York City, drove cross country to Arizona and on to Las Vegas, and finished my travels at the beach. My hobbies include swimming, kayaking, binging new shows on netflix, and eating pineapple on pizza. I look forward to continuing to serve and support the students of Tucker County. 



Senior Picture Day will be on December 14 & 15th. 

The FAFSA is open. Ms. Moore will be contacting all senior parents to arrange a time for completion. 


Welcome to The TCHS School Counselor Website

This is your one stop shop to help you prepare for your future. You will find resources and guidance to help decide what path is for you and the means to pursue it. 

If you have questions, comments, or concerns, please don't hesitate to use the CONTACT US tab or visit the counselor's office. 

Latest Updates

A Message from Our Central Office:

"Dear parents and students,

We are excited to welcome you back this week. Tomorrow begins orientation week with a phased re entry. The goal is to train on new safety measures, online platforms, and new routines while hosting 1 group of students in each programmatic level each day to help make this a smoother transition. All students will start back 5 days a week beginning next Monday 9/14.

The DHHR map, which was released Saturday evening has Tucker “in the green” which is a great way to start and speaks highly to our community safety efforts. For school, green means face coverings are required for all high school students at all times. Grades 8 and below must wear face coverings on buses, congregant settings, and anytime social distancing isn’t possible


Please review basic safety protocols with your children this evening regarding mask wearing, social distancing, and hand washing. These are the 3 best ways to protect yourself and others.

Our staff have worked tirelessly these last two weeks to prepare for our students, please know we will continue to learn and grow with you as we become more accustomed to various changes. We will have some bumps along the way, but I know it will get better each week for all of us.

We appreciate you—and look forward to seeing our students this week!"

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