Loudoun County School Board Statement on General Assembly Action

  • April 29, 2022

    The Loudoun County School Board has released the following statement today: The Loudoun County School Board thanks the Senate of Virginia that rejected an amendment to shorten the terms of the Loudoun County School Board.

    School Board Chair Jeff Morse (Dulles District) stated, “I am pleased that the General Assembly supports the voters of Loudoun County and rejected the Governor’s attempt to usurp their Constitutional authority.” We look forward to continuing to work with the General Assembly and Governor Youngkin to ensure every child in Loudoun County receives the very best public education.

    “LCPS will continue our focus on meeting the needs of the students and families we serve. Our schools are vibrant and diverse, offer highly competitive programs and educate our future CEOs, artists, engineers, entrepreneurs and service members,” states Dr. Scott Ziegler, Superintendent.

    The School Board is working hard to build trust through open and consistent communication and engagement. Together, we will continue to prepare the next generation to solve tomorrow's challenges.

Last Modified on April 29, 2022