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J. R. Tucker Principal:  Mr. A. Raymond


Grade Sponsor/ Assignment 2021-2022

Dr. Petrosky


Mr. Schulhoff

Mrs. Steele 11th
Ms. Wishon 12th

Athletic Director  Chris Brown

Innovative Learning Coach  Andrea Lund

Coordinator of Assessments and Remediation Stephenia Muterspaugh

Dean of Students  Miayaloni Person

School Counseling Carlotta Blackman, Chair

  • Sarah H. Angel: A-Ben & IB
  • Kevin S. Bailey: Ber-Gonzalez
  • Heydi J. Reyes: Goo-Mel
  • Angela D. de Vega: Men-Taylor
  • Jackie C. Smith: Te-Z & ACA 9-11
  • Carlotta N. Blackman:  O-P 9th-11th & ACA Seniors & CSLGC

Career & Tech Ed   Deborah Agee & James Behne, Co-Chairs

Business & Information Technology

Our mission is to equip students with 21st Century skills that will enable them to pass certification exams, be successful in college and/or in the work environment, and to appreciate lifelong learning.


Jim Behne

Yvette Lee

Donna Reamy

Family & Consumer Science

Family and Consumer Sciences provide a great opportunity for students to develop knowledge and skills that support healthy, functioning, families and their work roles. Students learn to apply problem-solving processes to personal, family, and work problems. Their self-esteem is enhanced through an appreciation of human worth and positive relationship skills.


Debbie Agee

Virginia Campbell

Regina McEwen

Marine Corps Junior ROTC (Reserve Officers’ Training Corps) 

This program develops responsible citizens, individual character, and leadership skills. Cadets receive the “life-skills” necessary to be successful both during high school and after, be it enlistment, employment, education, or some combination of what Henrico County Public Schools refers to as the “Three E’s.” 

There is no military obligation associated with participation in this program.  However, if desired, students may enter military service with advanced rank depending on the branch of military joined and number of years enrolled in the MCJROTC program. 

More information can be found by hovering over “Student Activities” above and then clicking on “JROTC”.

Teachers:  SgtMaj Ronald Cauley (USMC, Retired)


Our mission is to equip students with 21st Century skills that will enable them to pass certification exams, be successful in college and/or in the work environment, and to appreciate lifelong learning.

Teacher: Donna Reamy

Technology Education

Through the use of technology as a learning tool, students develop concepts and skills necessary to control technology at home and in the work environment. They prepare for advanced education and employment in technology-related fields such as engineering, manufacturing, construction, communications, transportation and design. Students quickly discover how to use technology to solve problems, and predict the impact of solutions on people and the environment. As students participate in Technology Student Association (TSA), the co-curricular student organization, they develop leadership skills.


John Clarke

Johnathan Etheridge

Penton Turner

Edgenuity   Dr. Terri Kilmer, Chair

English   Sam Rock, Chair

Through the course offerings in the English Department, students acquire many attributes and skills that will enhance the quality of living. Among these are respect for diversity of background; the development of imagination; the ability to listen perceptively; the motivation to read for information and as well as pleasure; interest in preserving the tradition of free thought; expanded interests in a variety of topics; the ability to discuss vigorously; knowledge of appropriate language usage and the ability to communicate clearly and honestly.


Adria Bader

Colin Baumgartner

Kayleigh Conner

Susanne Croasdaile

Robin Depugh

Daniel Fowler

Lee Hall

Madeline Huffman

Jules Irvin-Rooney

Linda Mills

Sam Rock

Douglas Smith

John Tivenan

Exceptional Education  Amy Woody, Chair

The Exceptional Education Department at J. R. Tucker High School is committed to serving special needs students in the least restrictive environment. To the highest extent possible, students are placed in regular education classrooms with support by special education staff to the student and the regular education teacher. This is the least restrictive environment possible.


Eric Adamczyk

Mary Beth Briggs

Julia Brown

Jeffrey Carretto

Jennifer Harrelson

Rebecca Harris

Derrick Herald

Judith Heretick

Lacy Hodges

Katie Johnston

Terry Jones, Jr.

Marcus Kates

Mary Elizabeth Madden

Sheila Morgan

Christopher Rock

Brandon Smith

Bebhinn Thomas

Amy Woody

Rebecca Wood

Fine Arts   Clint Miller, Chair


Lisa Dyer

Austin Frank

Monica Lewis

Javaria Masroor

Clint F. Miller

Melvina Roane

Anne-Marie A. Slinkman


The choral department at J.R. Tucker High School remains one of the best in the area. It continues to grow as the years progress. The students learn styles of music, musical theory, how to read and sight sing their pieces of music, correct use of their vocal mechanism, and the proper concert behavior. Each class serves a different purpose that helps in making the department successful.


The String Orchestra consists of a talented group of students who have many goals to achieve by the end of the school year. Some of their goals include: playing all major scales, the chromatic scale, and the melodic minor scale; learning three-octave scales; performing music with complex meters and rhythms; sight reading Grade IV music; demonstrating a refined playing position and response to visual direction from the conductor; and performing in combination with other performing groups.

Health/Physical Education   Mollie Pawlowski, Chair

Physical Education classes assist students in developing physically and mentally. Through P.E. classes, students will be able to demonstrate and explain health-enhancing behaviors that prevent disease, promote health, and reduce health risks; demonstrate goal setting and decision-making skills to enhance health; access and interpret health information and analyze the influence of culture, media and technology on health; identify and demonstrate interpersonal communication skills to advocate for and enhance health; apply movement concepts and principles to the development of motor skills; achieve and maintain a minimal level of wellness-related physical fitness; demonstrate respect for differences among people in physical activity settings.


Corey Bradt

John Compel

Kevin Dasta-Irizarry

Sarah Dietz

Jamie Messer

Mollie Pawlowski

Language Instructional Educational Program (LIEP)  Sarah Carr, Chair

The LIEP (formerly ESL) program at Tucker High School is dedicated to providing students with exceptional English-language instruction and preparing students for success in the mainstream classroom. Learn more about our program: Tucker ESL Website


Sarah Carr

Kelsey Davidson

Heather DeMascio

Amanda McDonnough

Brittany Okuda

Rhianna Taylor


Mathematics   Paul Reese, Chair


Holly Condon

Abigail Cyrier

Jenna Daly

Breana Figueroa

Georgianna Hahn

Christen Jackson

Blake Lilley

Laura McCoig

Mylene Melson

Santiago Morales-Diaz

Taylor Palkovics

Paul Reese

Rebeka Thornton

Jessica Wall

Science  Sharon Cardinal, Chair

Our Science Department provides students with the opportunity to develop and use experimental design in scientific inquiry. Students apply scientific concepts, skills, and processes to everyday experiences. They make informed decisions regarding contemporary scientific issues and develop respect for the environment, its inhabitants, and historical contributions. Students also learn to use the language of science to communicate understanding and explore science related careers and interests.


Mona Amin

Dr. Kathryn Brock

Sharon Cardinal

Tina Hutcheson

Dana Iuga

Krystal Johnson

Chad Knapik

Anthony Mistler

Jane Selden

Shenna Sikora

Kellie Swanson

Sheralyne Tierseron

Joan Tique

Joyce Tzavellas

Social Studies   D. Paige Wesson, Chair

Through the study of social dynamics, students cultivate respect for authority and others. They learn to understand and appreciate democratic concepts and the responsibilities of citizenship. Local, state, national and global perspectives are developed as students link the effects of the past to the present. Students learn to relate geography to society, economics and politics and are taught to relate economic concepts to daily life.


Megan DeRose

James Dorton

Karen Finch

Jesse Gauthier

Allyson Goyette

Thomas Hennessey

Kevin Mable

Brennan Maynard

Winston Mugford

Scott Seal

Carey Smithson

Michael Strusky

Kelli Thomasson

Paige Wesson

World Languages   Raina VandeRiet, Chair

The World Language curricula facilitate cross-cultural communication and provide authentic experiences to increase cultural awareness, preparing students to be proficient global citizens. Students master the four language domains of listening, reading, speaking, and writing while practicing the target language through activities to strengthen their interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills. We offer an immersive experience through the Center for Spanish Language and Global Citizenship’s Immersion program, as well as rigorous International Baccalaureate courses in French and Spanish.


Adriana Arias

Tony Brinckwirth

Kevin Dasta-Irizarry

Dr. Yan Gao

Suzie Hester

Richard Lam

Pamela Lewis

Janean Rodkey

Michelle Rodriguez

Raina VandeRiet

Veronique Zara


ASP Douglas Joyner

Attendance Officer Monique Logan

Clinic Latoya Gregory (Nurse), Dana Hawkins

Family Advocate Shanna Crawford

Literacy Coach Sarah Combs

Math Coach Heather Clarke

Physical Therapist Karen Karwowski

Psychologist Kemp Wiebe 

Occupational Therapist Sue Cunningham

Security Jesse Burgess

Speech Therapist Emily Kinkead

Social Workers Kimberly Adams-McNutt and Helen Kobayashi

TST Jeffrey Hassan