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  • Good Habits Can Help Prevent Illness

    As media reports on the Wuhan coronavirus become more frequent, Loudoun County Public Schools wants parents and staff to know that we are mindful of the situation and collaborating with the Loudoun County Health Department to ensure we have the latest information.

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  • School Board to Meet Tuesday

    The Loudoun County School Board will meet Tuesday, January 28, at 4 and 6:30 p.m. in the LCPS Administrative Building, 21000 Education Court, Ashburn.

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  • Demolition of Monroe Building Begins Wednesday

    The demolition of the former C.S. Monroe Technology Center at 715 Children’s Center Road, Leesburg, is scheduled to begin on or about Wednesday, January 29.

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  • Bouhsane, Ranjan Selected for Senate Youth Program

    John Champe High School junior Wassim Bouhsane and Ronith Ranjan, a senior at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, have been selected to participate in the United States Senate Youth Program.

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  • Teen Trafficking Seminar January 30th

    The Prevention Alliance of Loudoun will present “Protecting Our Youth: A Conversation About Teen Trafficking for Parents and Teens” from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 30, at Briar Woods High School.

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  • LCPS, Law Enforcement Agencies Hold Joint Training

    More than 250 principals, assistant principals, school resource officers, school security officers, Loudoun County Public Schools Central Support personnel and members of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office and Leesburg Police Department attended a joint training on school safety and security.

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  • International Holocaust Remembrance Day is January 27th.

    It's more important than ever to share the stories of Holocaust survivors. The urgency of keeping Holocaust memory alive and accessible is greater than ever. The Holocaust is now an event “on the edge of living memory.” Soon there will be no first-hand witnesses to share their stories.  The lessons from the Holocaust can guide us to a better tomorrow where no marginalized minority will ever stand alone in their fight for human rights.  Dominion High School educators Nicole Korsen and Jennifer Rodgers introduce their students and participants of the International Youth Leadership Summit to survivors so that they may preserve these lessons and pass them along to another generation.

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