Instructional Programs

  • The Division of Instructional Programs is organized into several offices that are designed to provide leadership and coordination in developing instructional programs for LCPS. Program supervision and responsibilities include the administration and coordination of several content areas and supervisors to ensure that all instructional programs support the mission and attainment of LCPS strategic goals.

    For more information on a specific program, click below.

  • Adult Education

    LCPS Adult Education Program provides life-long educational opportunities and support services at low cost to all adults 18 years and older. The Adult Education programs address the unique and evolving needs of individuals and communities by providing adults with the knowledge and skills necessary to participate effectively as productive citizens, workers, and family members. For information on programs, please contact the Adult Education office. For more information click here.

  • Career and Technical Education (CTE)

    Career and Technical Education (CTE) are courses offered to students in grades 6 through 12 to prepare students for college and high-wage, high-skill, high-demand careers. For more information click here.

  • Community Connections

    The Community Connections office enables opportunities for valuable enhancement to our education programs by connecting what students learn in the classroom to authentic, real world experiences. By creating educational partnerships with shared values and objectives, our community directly impacts student success and promotes our mission to empower all students to make meaningful contributions to the world.  

    Click for more information on Community Connections.

  • Educational Technology

    The Educational Technology office provides support to district initiatives that improve teaching and learning through the meaningful integration of instructional technologies.  The Educational Technology Team, along with the Instructional Facilitators of Technology (IFTs) in each school, provide professional development to ensure that teachers have the knowledge and skills necessary to leverage the technologies available in their classroom.  For more information click here.

  • Federal Programs and School Improvement

    Federal Programs provide funds to meet criteria set forth by the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).  Fore more information about Federal Programs click here.
     
     
    School Improvement is the single most important business of the school. It is the process that schools use to ensure all students are achieving at high levels. “The combination of three concepts constitutes the foundation for positive improvement results: meaningful teamwork; clear, measurable goals; and the regular collection and analysis of performance data.”   For more information click here.

  • Gifted and Talented Education

    The LCPS Gifted Education Program strives to provide students with support and structure for finding challenge in the school environment while encouraging students to achieve their maximum potential.  For more information click here.

  • Instructional Facilitator Program

    The Instructional Facilitator Program in Loudoun County Public Schools supports teachers and teams in all elementary and middle schools to enhance teacher practice and student learning.  For more information click here.

  • Library Media Services

    Library Media Services provides guidance and support for all aspects of school libraries in Loudoun County Public Schools.  In addition, Library Media Services oversees the adoption and management of instructional resources for the division. For more information click here.

  • Professional Learning

    The LCPS professional learning program aligns an individual staff member's personal and professional growth with student learning needs and the district Mission and Goals. The policies, programs, and practices support formal and informal opportunities to build a culture of lifelong learning to ensure a climate for success.  For more information click here.

  • Research

    The Loudoun County Public Schools Research Office supports administrators, staff, and teachers with data analysis, information, online tools and research to better inform decisions, advance teaching and improve learning throughout the school division.  For more information click here.

  • Virtual Loudoun Education

    Virtual Loudoun offers online courses through LCPS VISION using content that is aligned to the Standards of Learning to offer new educational opportunities to students. These courses present educational material and credit courses at the high school level to students using online resources.  For more information click here.

  • Tina Lane

    Tina Howle, Director of Instructional Programs

    Tina.Howle@lcps.org
    PH: 571-252-1060

    FX: 571-252-1635
    Bird @tmhowle

Last Modified on November 5, 2020