Being among the top five percent of academic achievers in Loudoun County Public Schools’ senior class is an accomplishment worth celebrating. In lieu of the Loudoun Education Foundation’s annual Excellence in Education Banquet, LCPS and Woodgrove are celebrating the members of the Class of 2021 who achieved this distinction.
These Wolverine seniors were to have been honored at the 38th Annual Excellence in Education Banquet on December 6. LCPS, Woodgrove HS and the Loudoun Education Foundation want to make sure the community recognizes these students’ academic accomplishments.
These students will be recognized during a live-streamed event at 6pm on Thursday, February 25 that is viewable here.
Each student has selected an educator who has made a profound and lasting impact in his or her life. These professional educators are also to be commended.
Kristina Ayers honoring Beverly Teague
Brooke Barker honoring Jennifer Gustafson
Kaitlyn Brooks honoring Seneca Sowers
Avigail Brubaker honoring Rudra Bhatta
Elena Chamberlain honoring Katherine Corrado
Ellen Creighton honoring Maggie Mulloy
Hope Fahrner honoring Kristie Keeler
Emily Garman honoring Jennifer Gustafson
Nhan Hoang honoring Lou Sharp
Beatrice LaBelle honoring Donna Kelly
Anna Lippert honoring Karen Lea Longerbeam
Stefanie Livelsberger honoring Megan Fay
Ty Lombardo honoring Steve Cohen
Hazeem Majid honoring Robert Carter
Amel Marzougui honoring Jessica Morgan
Ella Maulfair honoring Matthew Talboo
Crain Robertson honoring Heidi McPhillips
Laura Schultejans honoring Katherine Corrado
Bailey Vogt honoring Leslie McFadden
Annie Zhang honoring Erin Barrett