Tuckahoe is a Native American name for the plant Peltendra Virginica that was used in making flour for bread. A famous plantation on the James River in southeastern
Mr. John Willis served as principal from 1970 until his retirement in 1987. Mr. Willis led Tuckahoe through several periods of change during his tenure. In 1971 an addition consisting of nine classrooms, a music room, an open media center, and a gymnasium were constructed. At the same time the
Mrs. Marjorie Tuccillo held the position from 1987 until 1990 and Ms. Laurie Baker from 1990-1994. Mrs. Cynthia S. Brown currently holds the position.