• MSAAC Communicates with the Loudoun County School Board

     

    The Minority Student Achievement Advisory Committee (MSAAC) is dedicated to partnering with Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS), parents and the community to acknowledge and promote the needs of minority students. MSAAC is also dedicated to building a school system that is culturally and socially competent and positioned to provide fair and equitable learning experiences for all students.  

     

    One way we work to achieve this goal is by maintaining open communication with the Loudoun County School Board.  This page serves as a record of this communication.

     

    Click here to read MSAAC's Statement to the School Board
    for the February 26, 2019 School Board Meeting.
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    Click here to read the Joint Statement from
    Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent Eric Williams
    in Partnership with
    the Minority Student Achievement Advisory Committee (MSAAC),
    the Loudoun County Chapter of the NAACP,
    and the Loudoun Freedom Center.
    (issued February 22, 2019)

     

     

    Are you interested in the LCPS Discipline Disproportionality Report from January 2019? 
     

     

    Are you interested in MSAAC's Concerns and Priorities for 2018-2019?  Click here to read our statement of concerns and prioritized solutions.

     
     
     
    Do you have questions about Loudoun County Public Schools' EDGE (Empowering Diversity in Gifted Education) Program?  Are you wondering about the difference between EDGE, EDGE-Plus (Academy), and EDGE3 - Level UP?  Please click here for more information.
     
     

     

    Click here for our Chair, Wendy Hodge's letter to the School Board on October 22, 2018.

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    Thank you to MSAAC member, Ms. Katrece Nolen, for acquiring the following documents from LCPS and giving us permission to share them.

     

    Overall Enrollment Data for Academies of Engineering Technology, Academies of Science, and Monroe Advanced Technology Academy 2018-19                       

     

    Overall Enrollment Data for LCPS, TJHS, and AOL 2018-19 

     

    What are the demographics for students who applied to AOL for the 2018-19 school year? 

     

    8th Grade Honors Science Grades 2017-18

     

     

     

     

     

    Please click here to see the LCPS School Board response to MSAAC initiatives,

    received May 15, 2018. 

    Topics include:

    *  recruitment, selection, and hiring of LCPS teachers

    *  screening, referral, and identification of students for gifted programs within LCPS

    *  unconscious bias in our school system.

     

     

     

    MSAAC Reports to the LCPS School Board:

     

    Click here to read MSAAC's statement to the Loudoun County School Board delivered in April 2018.

     

    Click here to read MSAAC's statement to the Loudoun County School Board regarding unconscious bias training for all faculty and staff.  This statement was delivered at the March 13, 2018 School Board Meeting.  Click here for the related reference material.

     

    Click here to read MSAAC's statement to the Loudoun County School Board regarding unconscious bias training for all faculty and staff.  This statement was delivered at the February 13, 2018 School Board Meeting.

     

    Click here to read MSAAC's statement to the Loudoun County School Board regarding diversity in hiring.  This statement was delivered at the January 2018 School Board Meeting.

     

    Click here to read MSAAC's statement to the Loudoun County School Board regarding equitable representation of diverse students in the Gifted and Talented programs, and click here for the supporting data.  This statement was delivered at the December 12, 2017 School Board Meeting.

     

    Click here to read MSAAC's statement to the Loudoun County School Board regarding equitable technology access and usage.  This statement was delivered at the November 14, 2017 School Board Meeting.

     

     

Last Modified on March 6, 2019