• Welcome to the Loudoun County Public Schools Webcast
     
      
     
     
     
    Loudoun County School Board meetings are broadcast live on Comcast channel 18 and Verizon FIOS channel 43. Broadcasts may also be seen via simultaneous web casts on the LCPS website. School Board regular business meetings are broadcast live on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month, beginning at 6:30 p.m. 
    School Board Meetings will be re-broadcast on Thursdays at noon following the live meetings.
     
     
     
     

     
     
    Schedule of Events
     

    Live Event

    Day & Time

     

    1. School Board Meeting

    second & fourth Tuesday: 6:30 p.m.

    Agendas & Archives
     

    LCPS continuously seeks ways to improve the services it offers to the community, including convenient ways for the public to access information about its processes and services. 

    As part of an upgrade to its information platforms, the video recordings of school board meetings are now linked to BoardDocs under the “Meetings” tab (in the upper right corner of the page). BoardDocs is an online repository for school board documents, including the agenda and minutes from each school board meeting. 

    Videos for meetings after January 1, 2019, are currently available on BoardDocs. Those video files are indexed to each meeting’s agenda. 

    The transition to this platform for meetings before  January 2019 is still underway. A full archive of meeting videos from 2007 to 2018 is available here

    Please contact schools@lcps.org with any questions.



    Please Note:
    The Loudoun County Public Schools cannot guarantee the quality of the live streaming web broadcasts. Every effort is being made to ensure a "picture-perfect" streaming experience. If the video and/or audio is "choppy", please check back to the archived web broadcasts. Fully recorded meetings are usually posted within 24 hours and most often can be viewed without any problems.

    Minimum system requirements
    : In order to view video, you should have a broadband connection such as cable, DSL or FIOS. Dial-Up users may receive an audio-only stream. If you have a PC, you must be running Windows 98 or later operating system with at least a 233MHz processor Pentium II and 64MB of RAM. If you are using a Macintosh, you must have at least a G3 with MacOS X installed. In addition, you should have at least Windows Media Player 9 and a recent version of your preferred browser.
     
Last Modified on July 8, 2019