Back to School with Jennifer Yu
Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month, we're highlighting everyday life tips from high-profile LCPS alums. Jennifer Yu, a Woman Chess Grandmaster, Harvard student AND a Stone Bridge HS alum, explains how she handles pressure, setbacks and overall mental health.
Back to School with Marisa Stark
Marissa Stark, a professional ballerina for the Nashville Ballet AND a Loudoun Valley HS alum, shares successful tips to avoid physical and mental distractions. Stay tuned for more videos highlighting high-profile LCPS alums.
Back to School with Kendrick Umstattd
On this #WellnessWednesday, Kendrick Umstattd, a software engineer at Google AND a Loudoun County High School alum, talks about the importance of asking for help and why it takes a lot of courage to do just that!
Welcome Back to School with Trace McSorley
Trace McSorley, former Baltimore Ravens quarterback (now with the Arizona Cardinals) AND a Briar Woods High School alum, talks about the need for a strong support network! This is just one video in a series highlighting high-profile LCPS alums. Stay tuned for more!
Welcome Back to School with Kevin Rogers
Kevin Rogers, a professional Lacrosse player for the Chrome Lacrosse Club AND a Loudoun County HS alum, brings awareness to learning differences, and shares the importance of a strong support network! This is the second video in a series highlighting high-profile LCPS alum’s. Stay tuned for more!
Welcome Back to School with Jonathan Allen
The LCPS Communications and Community Engagement Office is proud to release the first in an ongoing series of videos designed to help students:
- Become aware of mental health resources;
- Reach out to a support system to achieve goals and excel in school; and
- Positively support those with learning differences.
These videos feature a series of high-profile LCPS alumni. The first in this series is hosted by Stone Bridge High School alumnus Jonathan Allen. Allen is a defensive tackle with the Washington Football Team. He shares his memories of going back to school in the fall and speaks to the importance of finding a support network.