Meal Services

    LCPS will continue to provide free breakfast, lunch, supper and snack meals to children and teens aged 18 and younger and any student enrolled in LCPS that may be over the age of 18. 

    Meals will be provided Monday through Friday, during the hours listed below, at all LCPS schools except Lightridge High School and charter schools.

    Walk Up Meal Service: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., Monday-Friday

    Daily Bus Delivery: every Monday ( once a week)

    • 11:30 am – 12:30 pm 
    • 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

    Please visit the interactive map to identify the nearest bus stop and associated time for mobile service.

    Please see the “Free Meals” frequently asked questions on LCPSHealthyCafe.org for more information.


    Servicios de comida
    LCPS continuará brindando desayuno, almuerzo, cena y refrigerios gratuitos a niños y adolescentes de 18 años o menos y a cualquier estudiante inscrito en LCPS que pueda ser mayor de 18 años.
    Las comidas se proporcionarán de lunes a viernes, durante las horas que se enumeran a continuación, en todas las escuelas LCPS excepto Lightridge High School y escuelas autónomas.
    Servicio de comidas sin cita previa: de 10 a.m. a 1 p.m., de lunes a viernes
    Entrega diaria de autobuses en todo el condado de Loudoun: Una vez por semana - lunes-
    • 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
    • 12:30 pm a 1:30 pm
    Visite el mapa interactivo the interactive map  para identificar la parada de autobús más cercana y la hora asociada al servicio móvil.
    Consulte las preguntas frecuentes sobre “Comidas gratis” en LCPSHealthyCafe.org para obtener más información.
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    INMED USA’s Programs Focus: Education, Empowerment, Wellness

    1. Community Response (Rosa Tobar at 571-465-2033) - Diapers and Food distribution, as well as information and referral to help the community find access to other essentials (clothing, housing, etc.) and services (financial assistance, services offered by community partners. Se habla Español.

    2. Family Support

    a. Healthy Families Loudoun (Cecilia Yap at 571-465-5994)- A home visiting program and case management for first-time parents to help them to build foundation for successful parenthood and healthier children.

    b. Family Resource Center (Rosa Tobar at 571-465-2033)- By registering with our Community Response Coordinator, low income families are able to receive free baby essentials such as car seats, baby carriers and strollers.

    c. Parent Support for Distance Learning (Paula Callaghan at 703-861-8531)- computer skills for parents to help support their children in distance learning and accessing Parent Vue and Schoology

    d. Educational/Support parent groups (Paula Callaghan at 703-861-8531)- Educational groups to build healthy, stable family units where children can thrive, including CPR classes

    3. Children’s programs: a. Virtual STEAM CLUB (Rosa Tobar at 571-465-2033) in partnership with Educando con Amor) for elementary aged children

    b. Homework Help (Tanisha Cox at 571-465-2033)- With the help of qualified volunteers, elementary school students receive homework support in the four core subjects (Math, Science, Language Arts/ English, History/Social Studies). The virtual sessions are held via ZOOM, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30pm - 6:30pm.

    c. Teen Babysitter training (Paula Callaghan at 703-861-8531) with Adult and pediatric First Aid/CPR/ AED for middle-school and high-school students

    d. Teen Talk (Tanisha Cox at tcox@inmed.org)- A virtual dedicated social hour for teens (middle-school and high-schoolers) to have honest, guided and relevant conversations with their peers and trusted adults with group and/or one-on-one activities to support what was discussed.

    e. The Hangout (Tanisha Cox at tcox@inmed.org)- an afterschool safe space program for at-risk teens that provides fun and therapeutic activities that helps teens build friendships and gives access to activities (music, art, etc.) that are usually cost prohibitive to families

    4. Adult programs:

    a) El Futuro: (Paula Callaghan at 703-861-8531) i. Computer Literacy as vocational training to prepare for job placement (in partnership with Crossroads Jobs) ii. English Language classes for adults (in partnership with Loudoun Literacy) iii. Spanish for Professionals (teaching functional Spanish to English-speakers)

    b) Charla de Mujeres (Paula Callaghan at 703-861-8531): Virtual women’s health discussion groups (in partnership with Planned parenthood)

    c) Health and Wellness (Paula Callaghan at 703-861-8531) d) Virtual Zumba every Monday at 6:30pm via zoom

     e) Teen Exercise Extravaganza every Monday at 4:30pm via zoom

  • Back to school Hybrid Model,

         Students whose parents selected Hybrid will be returning for in-person instruction 2 days per week.  They will either attend on a Tuesday/Thursday or Wednesday/Friday in-person schedule and the schedule that your child has been assigned is currently available for your review in ParentVue. 

    School Hours:  School will be open to students for arrival from 7:30-7:50 and the normal school day will last from 7:50-2:35.  Dismissal typically occurs from 2:35-2:50 PM.  Please exercise patience and plan for longer arrival and dismissal times this year as maintaining social distancing will slow down our procedures.

    What days will my child be attending in-person learning?  Your child will either attend school in-person on Tuesday/Thursday or Wednesday/Friday and will continue to receive Distance Learning 3 days per week.   This information is available in ParentVue but can also be shared by your child’s teacher.

    What should my child do on the days that they are not in school?  During the three days each week when your child will not be participating in in-person learning, he/she will join his/her class for a Synchronous Morning Meeting from 8-8:30 AM.  Following this time, your child will participate in asynchronous learning activities for the remainder of the day.  Please speak with your child’s teacher to receive a detailed copy of his/her daily and weekly schedule. 

    Does my child need to bring their Chromebook to School:  Yes.  Students in Grades K-2 should bring their Chromebooks and chargers to school on the days when they attend in-person learning.  Please make sure to charge Chromebooks the evening prior so that they are ready for learning when students arrive to class.


    Regreso a clases Modelo Hibrido,

         Los estudiantes cuyos padres seleccionaron la opción regresarán a la escuela para recibir clases en persona 2 días a la semana. Asistirán en un horario de martes / jueves ó miércoles / viernes en persona, el horario asignado a su hijo está disponible para su revisión en ParentVue. 

    Horario escolar: La escuela estará abierta para los estudiantes de 7:30-7: 50 y el día escolar normal durará de 7:50 a 2:35. El final de clase será de 2:35 a 2:50 PM. Tenga paciencia y planifique que la hora de llegada y salida serán más largos este año, ya que mantener el distanciamiento social atrazará nuestros procedimientos. 

    ¿Qué días asistirá mi hijo al aprendizaje en persona? Su hijo asistirá a la escuela en persona el martes/jueves ó miércoles/viernes y seguirá recibiendo educación a distancia 3 días a la semana. Esta información está disponible en ParentVue pero también la puede compartir el maestro de su hijo. 

    ¿Qué debe hacer mi hijo en los días que no está en la escuela? Durante los tres días de la semana en los que su hijo no participará en el aprendizaje en persona, se unirá a su clase para una reunión matutina sincronizada de 8 a 8:30 a. M. Después de este tiempo, su hijo participará en actividades de aprendizaje asincrónico durante el resto del día. Hable con el maestro de su hijo para recibir una copia detallada de su horario diario y semanal.

    ¿Necesita mi hijo traer su Chromebook a la escuela? Sí. Los estudiantes en los grados K-2 deben traer sus Chromebooks y cargadores a la escuela los días en que asisten al aprendizaje en persona. Asegúrese de cargar los Chromebook la noche anterior para que estén listos para aprender cuando los estudiantes lleguen a clase.


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    Fun videos with Activities for kids

    Video de Actividades divertidas para los ninos

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    arrow    Medicaid video

    Haga click al video informativo de cobertura de salud.

    Click to the informative video of health coverage.


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  •  After School Program  - Programa despues del la escuela

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    Parents, students and visitors

    Padres, estudiantes y visitantes,

    Scan the QR code and complete the LCPS Symptom Checker Questionnaire prior to entering to Potowmack.

    Escanee el código QR y complete el Cuestionario de verificador de síntomas de LCPS antes de ingresar a Potowmack.


    Si su hijo/a viene a la escuela durante la semana, debe llenar este cuestionario que le va a llegar a su correo electronico.  

    If your child comes to school during the week, they must fill out this questionnaire that will be sent to your email.


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    Los estudiantes, deben asistir a la reunion de la manana de 8:00 am to 8:30 am todos los lunes.  Despues tienen el dia para trabajar independientemente.


    Students must attend the morning meeting from 8:00 am to 8:30 am every Monday. Then they have the day to work independently.


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    Si tiene problemas con el Chromebook, llame al siguiente numero:

    If you have problems with your Chromebook, call the following number:

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