• Loudoun School-Business Partnership

  • One LCPS: Forward Together

  • School Business Partnership Breakfast

    April 19, 2024

  • 2024 School Business Honorees


    J. Hamilton Lambert Exemplary Service in Education and Leadership Award

    • Odette Scovel, Office of Science Supervisor (Retired)

    Legacy Award:

    • Inova Loudoun Hospital

    Make a Difference Award:

    • Ashburn Village Homeowners Association
    • Virginia Department of Forestry
    • Change X/Amazon Web Services in partnership with Farmwell Station Middle School 

    Virginia School Board Association (VSBA) Business Honor Roll:

    • Amazon Web Services (AWS) in partnership with the Loudoun Education Foundation and the Office of Computer Science.  
    • Loudoun Laurels Foundation in partnership with the Tuscarora High School AVID program and the Office of School Counseling CAMPUS Program, both for first generation higher education students. 
    • Climatic Heating and Cooling, Inc. in partnership with the Academies of Loudoun.


    Partnerships profiles

    • Beckstrom Electric and Woodgrove High School and Loudoun Valley High School
      Beckstrom, a staple business of Western Loudoun headquartered in Purcellville, has been a regular presence in helping inform, teach, and access career pathways in the electrical trades field.  From in-person lunch and learns to Career Fairs, to establishing their own electrical training apprenticeship program, Beckstrom has dedicated hundreds of volunteer hours throughout their rich history with LCPS Western Loudoun high schools.

    • Carol Rehman and Frederick Douglass Elementary School
      Carol, known to the Frederick Douglass Elementary School family as “Gigi”, is a volunteer/family partner for education. As a great-grandmother, Gigi exhibits the power and impact of intergenerational family involvement in education in LCPS, showing how one volunteer can contribute substantially to affect everyone positively in a school community. 

    • Amazon Web Services (AWS) with the Loudoun Education Foundation (LEF) and LCPS Office of Computer Science
      Amazon is committed to using its scale for good and resources to support the communities it calls home. Through its longstanding relationship with LEF and LCPS, AWS helps advance STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) education and provides weekend meal bags to students in need so they show up to class ready to learn and succeed. Through its AWS Think Big Space, students explore hands-on technical education and cloud computing training and educators receive professional development to allow them to further integrate STEAM into K-8 instruction. AWS supported the high school curriculum by establishing a pilot Computer Science Cloud Computing course. Amazon also supports LEF through Amazon Local Good (ALG) which has delivered over 250,000 essential food items to date to support LEF’s FuelED program. Each week, ALG delivers nearly 1,000 meal bags each week to 35-40 schools as part of Amazon’s broader commitment to addressing food security issues.  

    • VCE Loudoun 4-H Embryology Program with Emerick Elementary School, LCPS Library and Media Services, and LCPS Science Office 
      A Loudoun-specific economy sector partnership in agriculture, Loudoun’s local Virginia Cooperative Extension (VCE) Office houses the Loudoun 4-H Program which educates students on the biological sciences with the Beginning of Life Embryology Program. The Loudoun 4-H program and the Science Office work together to provide curriculum, train teachers, and supply eggs for hatching and proper incubation habitats. Instructionally, Emerick ES’s Library Services innovated to provide a curriculum for all grade levels to learn about baby chick development and the beginning of life phases. This partnership impacts more than 28,000 LCPS students annually. 

    • Dulles South Food Pantry with Hutchison Farm Elementary School - The Dulles South Food Pantry impacts an entire geographic area surrounding Hutchison Farm ES. This partnership highlights the collaborative effort to tackle food insecurity among our Loudoun students and families.
  • Partner Highlight: Amazon AWS

  • Partner Highlight: Beckstrom Electric

  • Partner Highlight: Carol "Gigi" Rehman & Frederick Douglass Elementary

  • Partner Highlight: Dulles South Food Pantry & Hutchison Farm Elementary

  • Partner Highlight: Loudoun 4H - Emerick Elementary School

  • Vision

    The vision of the Loudoun School-Business Partnership Executive Council is to be a progressive leader in establishing effective and creative partnerships. Indicators of the Council's success will be if:

    • Partnerships are thriving
    • Students are learning current and relevant skills
    • Students are leaders and committed to their communities
    • Students are learning interactive and technology skills
    • Schools are responsive to partnerships and actively integrate “best of practices” into their curricula
    • Businesses benefit from having a well-qualified workforce.


    Mission Statement
    The mission of the Loudoun School-Business Partnership Executive Council is to provide the leadership to promote the development and success of partnerships between the Loudoun County Public Schools and businesses to ensure that the students are prepared to contribute successfully to the ever-changing business and community environments.

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Last Modified on April 25, 2024