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  • 2017 Science Fair Honorees

    Four students earned Intel Finalist Awards at the 36th Annual Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Regional Science and Engineering Fair held on Thursday, March 23rd, at Riverside High School.

  • LEF, Rock Ridge Receive Cooke Foundation Grants

    The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation has awarded a total of $64,000 in Good Neighbor Grants to the Loudoun Education Foundation and Rock Ridge High School.

  • Murphy Becomes Head of the Little River Family

    Kevin Murphy’s educational career has been devoted to Little River Elementary.

  • Drummond Visitation Friday

    A visitation for Fred E. Drummond Jr., a beloved Loudoun County educational leader, will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, March 24th, at Loudoun Funeral Chapel, 158 Catoctin Circle, SE, Leesburg.

  • Kindergarten Registration March 29th

    Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) will begin kindergarten registration on Wednesday, March 29th.

  • LCPS Guitar Program Object of International Study

    Guitar instruction is an aspect of the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) fine arts curriculum that most people take for granted, yet it has drawn the attention of an international researcher.

  • Anxiety & School Refusal March 27th

    “Anxiety & School Refusal” is the topic for the next Mental Health and Parent Lecture

  • 14 LCPS Students Participate in Beatty Guitar Competition

    From March 10th through the 13th, student classical guitarists from throughout the Baltimore and Washington, D.C., region gathered at The Catholic University of America to compete in the 10th annual Beatty Music Scholarship Competition for Guitar.

  • ‘Guys and Dolls Jr.’ at Mercer Middle School

    Mercer Middle School will present “Guys and Dolls Jr.” at 7 p.m. on March 23rd, 24th, 25th and 31st and April 1st with a 3 p.m. matinee on March 26th.

  • Farmwell Station Presents ‘When Cows Fly’

    Farmwell Station Middle School presents their spring play, “When Cows Fly” by John Tissot, for one weekend only, March 24th, 25th and 26th.

  • Community Information Meetings for HS-9, ES-29

    Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) will hold a community information meeting to review the proposed site of HS-9 and ES-29, the Dulles South area high school and elementary school, and a Loudoun County public use site at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 27th, in the John Champe High School cafeteria.

  • Kindness Rewarded at Cardinal Ridge

    Joseph Phillippi’s fourth grade class at Cardinal Ridge Elementary was the safest place in Loudoun County on Monday, March 20th.

  • Autism Science Seminar March 30th

    Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Parent Resource Services and Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) will host “Autism Science: Recent Advances in Research” from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, March 30th, at the LCPS Administrative Offices in Ashburn.

  • 19 LCPS Students in State Geography Bee

    Nineteen Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) elementary and middle school students will be taking part in the Virginia Geography Bee on March 31st at Longwood University.

  • Park View Craft & Vendor Show March 25th

    The Park View Craft & Vendor Show will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 25th, in the high school’s gym.

  • March is National Social Work Month

    “Stand Up” is the theme of the 2017 observation of National Social Work Month during March.

  • ‘The Addams Family’ at Smart’s Mill

    Maverick Productions will present “The Addams Family” from Thursday, March 23rd, through Saturday, March 25th, and Thursday, March 30th, through Saturday, April 1st at Smart’s Mill Middle School.

  • Monroe Student Designs National SkillsUSA Pin

    Melissa Swanchara, a junior at Monroe Technology Center, has won the design competition for the SkillsUSA pin that will be worn by delegates at the organization’s national convention June 19th through 23rd in Louisville.

  • Tale of the Tape for Lucketts Book Drive

    As part of Read Across America Week, Lucketts Elementary held a book drive.

  • Cinderella at Dominion

    Dominion High School will present “Cinderella” at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 24th, 2 and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 25th, 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 31st, and 2 p.m. Saturday, April 1st.

  • Battle of the Books Semifinals

    The semifinal contestants have been set for the 12th Annual Battle of the Books.

  • Spartan Spectacular Winter Guard Competition

    This Saturday, the Broad Run High School Band Program, in conjunction with the Broad Run High School Band Boosters and the Atlantic Indoor Association, will host their eighth Spartan Spectacular, welcoming more than 30 Winter Guard units from across the region to the competition floor.

  • MSAAC Academic Fair Date Changed

    Due to inclement weather, Minority Student Achievement Advisory Committee (MSAAC) has moved its 5th Annual Academic Fair & Symposium to Wednesday, April 19th.

  • Miller Honored by Civil Air Patrol

    Tiffany Miller, a first grade teacher at Hillsboro Charter Academy, has been named the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Aerospace Education Teacher of the Year by CAP’s Virginia Wing.

  • LCPS Web Services Offline This Weekend

    The Loudoun County Government will be performing scheduled maintenance to the county’s web equipment beginning at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 18th, and continuing until 11 a.m. Sunday, March 19th.

  • Mary Poppins at Belmont Ridge

    Belmont Ridge Middle School’s River Hawks Productions will present “Mary Poppins” on Friday, March 24th, through Sunday, March 26th, and Thursday, March 30th, through Saturday, April 1st.

  • Bazdar Receives Lambert Award

    Former Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Director of Career and Technical Education Shirley Bazdar is the 2017 recipient of the J. Hamilton Lambert Exemplary Leadership in Education and Community Service Award.

  • See Our Best Business Partners

    The Loudoun School-Business Partnership Executive Council honored five businesses at Friday’s awards breakfast.

  • Top Business Partners Honored

    Loudoun County Public Schools’ top business partners were honored on Friday, March 10th, at the 18th annual Loudoun School-Business Partnership Recognition Breakfast at the National Conference Center in Leesburg.

  • ‘A Will to Survive’ Public Performances

    Free public performances of “A Will to Survive” will be presented at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 28th, at Stone Bridge High School and 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 4th, at Potomac Falls High School.

  • Cool Spring Books Some Citizenship

    Cool Spring second-graders are learning about a whole lot more than just supply and demand as they begin their economics unit.

  • SEAC Seeks Award Nominations

    The Loudoun County Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) is currently accepting nominations of educators, programs, parents and students who demonstrate excellence in the LCPS special education community and who inspire others to do the same.

  • 14th Annual Sportsmanship Day

    The 14th Annual Sportsmanship Day will be held from 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday, March 11th, at Mountain View Elementary.

  • Student Exchange Program Open House Sunday

    The George C. Marshall International Center will host a spring open house about upcoming Student Partnership Exchange Program trips to Germany at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 12th.

  • MSAAC Academic Fair & Symposium

    The Minority Student Achievement Advisory Committee (MSAAC) is excited to celebrate its 5th Annual Academic Fair & Symposium entitled “Social, Cultural, & Academic Development & Achievement Through Literacy.”

  • 18 LCPS Students in ACDA Choirs

    Eighteen Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) students qualified for the prestigious American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) National Choirs.

  • A Snow Day for Moorefield Station

    Good behavior can make a liar out of the weather man.

  • County Latin Table Beautifies Courtyard

    Latin students at Loudoun County High School cut the ribbon on a One to the World project two years in the making on Friday, March 3rd.

  • Gifted Advisory Committee Meeting Thursday

    The next Gifted Education Advisory Committee meeting will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, March 9th, in Room 100A of the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Administrative Offices in Ashburn.

  • Belmont Ridge Performs for Wizards

    On Friday night, the Belmont Ridge Boys’ and Girls’ Chorus sang the National Anthem before the Washington Wizards basketball game.

  • National School Breakfast Week

    To encourage more families to take advantage of the healthy choices available with school breakfast, Loudoun County schools will recognize National School Breakfast Week during March 6th through 10th.

  • Gold and Silver Key Art Exhibition March 9th

    High school students who earned Gold or Silver Keys in the 2017 Scholastic Art Competition will exhibit their work at the LCPS Administration Building from March 6th through the 13th.

  • Kaushal Repeats as Spelling Bee Champion

    Rishubh Kaushal, an eighth-grader at Seneca Ridge Middle School, repeated as champion at the 35th Annual Loudoun County Regional Spelling Bee on Thursday, March 2nd, at Stone Bridge High School.

  • LCPS Surveying Parents, Staff

    Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) will be conducting an Annual Parent and Staff Survey between March 6th and March 24th.

  • LEAP Looks at Testing Wednesday

    The Loudoun Education Alliance of Parents (LEAP) will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 8th, at the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Administrative Offices in Ashburn.

  • Stone Bridge DECA Raises $10,000 for Brain Research

    On February 24th, Stone Bridge High School students presented a check for $10,000 from the 2017 Giddy Up & Golf event to Dr. Michael Guerrera at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C.

  • Prom Wishes Event April 1st

    The Junior Woman’s Club of Loudoun’s Prom Wishes event will be held from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday, April 1st, at the Rust Library’s Teen Center in Leesburg.

  • All-4A West Region Girls’ Basketball Team

    Haile McDonald of Millbrook High School has been named the All-4A West Region Girls’ Basketball Player of the Year through a vote of the region’s coaches. Millbrook’s Erick Green is the Coach of the Year.

  • Loudoun SBEs are Good as Gold

    The school-based enterprises (SBEs) at 10 Loudoun County DECA chapters were among 360 SBEs in the United States achieving Gold Level Certification (or Gold Level re-certification) this year.

  • Apprenticeship and Workforce Night March 21st

    Apprenticeship and Workforce Night will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 21st, in the Heritage High School Auditorium.

  • Park View Seeks Athletic Hall of Fame Nominees

    Park View High School is seeking nominees for its Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2017.

  • Monroe CyberPatriot Team Advances to Regionals

    Ten teams of high school students from C.S. Monroe Technology Center recently concluded an exceptional round of competition in the ninth season of CyberPatriot – the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition.

  • LCPS Guitar Festival March 3rd and 4th

    Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) will be kicking off Music in Our Schools Month with its annual Guitar Festival and District Assessment on Friday, March 3rd, and Saturday, March 4th.

  • Freedom Black History Month

    Freedom High School celebrated Black History Month on February 15th with an assembly. The theme of this year’s assembly was “Learning from Each Other.”

  • SEAC Meets Wednesday at Harmony

    The Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) will be meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday at Harmony Middle School, 38174 West Colonial Highway, Hamilton.

  • LoCoPOGS Summer Camp Fair

    The fourth annual LoCoPOGS summer camp fair will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 1st, at the Loudoun School for the Gifted.

  • Sanders Corner Family Arts Night

    Sanders Corner Elementary will hold its first Family Arts Night from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 1st, to kick off the Council for Art Education Youth Art Month.

  • Marshall Exchange Program Accepting Applications

    The George C. Marshall International Center’s Student Partnership Exchange Program is accepting applications for two travel opportunities during the fall of 2017.

  • Williams Presents Budget Briefing to LEAP

    Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Eric Williams gave a budget briefing to the Loudoun Education Alliance of Parents (LEAP) on February 8th at the LCPS Administrative Offices in Ashburn.

  • Blue Ridge Presents ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’

    Blue Ridge Middle School will present “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” for seven performances starting Friday, February 24th.

  • Project-Based Learning Bridges an Ocean

    Project-based learning has created a bond between students from Briar Woods High School and Dakar, Senegal.

  • Stone Bridge DECA Raises Thousands for Children’s National Medical Center

    In September, the Stone Bridge High School DECA chapter founded a new chapter event, Go 4 Gold.

  • 3 Partners for Safe Teen Drivers Sessions Added

    Three additional Partners for Safe Teen Drivers sessions have been added for January at Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) high schools.

  • Mason ESOL Endorsement Cohort

    George Mason University will be holding an information session for its English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) endorsement for teachers from 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. on Wednesday, January 18th, in Room 100C of the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Administrative Offices.

  • Princeton Summer Journalism Program

    Princeton University is offering scholarships to attend its 16th annual Summer Journalism Program.

  • Heritage Hosts 500 Fifth-Graders

    What happens when 500 fifth-graders from Cool Spring, Frances Hazel Reid, Frederick Douglass and Tolbert elementary schools spend an entire day with Heritage High School students?

  • LocoPOGS Meeting December 8th

    Loudoun County Parents of Gifted Students ( invites you to a presentation of “Gifted Children and Addiction; What Parents Need to Know.”

  • Tuscarora Theatre Makes Halloween Happier with a Gift

    During the past two weeks, students enrolled in Technical Theatre 2 at Tuscarora High School have been working a project that’s made a big difference in another student’s life.

  • Potomac Falls Showcase Full STEAM Ahead

    The Potomac Falls High School PTSO will host a dinner and auction, “Full Steam Ahead,” on Saturday November 19th.

  • Radium Girls at Briar Woods

    Briar Woods High School will present “Radium Girls” from Thursday, November 3rd, through Sunday, November 6th.

  • Guest Puts Photography into Focus

    Loudoun County photographer Sarah Huntington visited classes at Potomac Falls High School on Monday, October 17th.

  • Loudoun County High School Competes on ‘It’s Academic’

    The Loudoun County High School Academic Team competed on the TV show “It’s Academic” on Saturday, October 15th.

  • Girls in Technology Hosting Program November 10th

    Girls attending Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) in grades six through 12 are invited to the Girls in Technology Sharing Our Success Program from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 10th.

  • Bus Driver Appreciation Day

    On Wednesday, October 19th, Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) celebrated its second annual School Bus Driver/Attendant Appreciation Day.

  • Cyber Security Youth Conference October 29th

    A Cyber Security Youth Conference will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 29th, at Dewberry Hall, Johnson Center on the Campus of George Mason University in Fairfax.

  • Dominion’s Haunted Carnival October 29th

    Dominion High School’s Theatre Department is hosting a Haunted Carnival between 6 and 10 p.m. on Saturday, October 29th, in the Dominion High School auditorium.

  • Tuscarora Rumors False

    Rumors have begun on social media stating that a harmful package or device was discovered at Tuscarora High School during today’s bomb threat. These rumors are false.

  • LEF Golf Raises Record $105,000

    The Loudoun Education Foundation (LEF) raised a record $105,000 at its annual Golf Classic, which was held Monday, September 19th, at Creighton Farms Golf Club.

  • LEAP Learns What’s New for the 2016-17 School Year

    With a new school year comes a lot of new things.

  • Monroe Fall Plant Sale

    Monroe Technology Center (MTC) will hold its Fall Plant Sale today through Friday.

  • Chasing the Dragon September 20th at Briar Woods

    There will be a special free screening of the film “Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, September 20th, at Briar Woods High School.

  • Priddy Has Experience with New Experiences

    The Academies of Loudoun, slated to open in 2018, will be a totally new educational experience for Loudoun County. The woman charged with shaping it has covered this terrain before.

  • LCPS Commemorates September 11th

    Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) undertook a number of ceremonies and classroom activities to mark the 15th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, attacks on Friday and Monday.

  • Hightower Named PTA Child Advocate of the Year

    Loudoun County Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) Chair Lorraine Hightower has been named Child Advocate of the Year by the Virginia PTA.

  • Dracula, The Musical at Belmont Ridge

    RiverHawks Productions at Belmont Ridge Middle School will perform Dracula, The Musical from Thursday, August 18th, to Saturday, August 20th, in the school auditorium.

  • Douglass Celebrates 75th Anniversary August 13th

    On Saturday, August 13th, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Douglass School and the Loudoun Douglass Alumni Association will be celebrating the history of Douglass School and its continued service to the community.

  • Racke’s Educational Journey Brings Him to Lovettsville

    There aren’t a lot of people who can claim the diverse résumé Dennis Racke brings to the role of principal.

  • Lead Loudoun Principal Mentoring Program

    The Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Human Resources and Talent Development Department kicked off the newly created Lead Loudoun Principal Mentoring Program on July 28th.

  • Brazina Has a Wish for Seldens Landing Students

    Garett Brazina has a wish for his students at Seldens Landing Elementary; that they experience what it’s like to be a kid.

  • Ashburn Rotary Stuffs 600 Backpacks

    Six-hundred Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) students will start the school year with all of the tools they need for academic success, thanks to a community partnership.

  • Community Services Night Monday at Leesburg Elementary

    Community Advocates for Education (CAfE) and Leesburg Elementary are organizing a Community Services Night from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Monday, August 8th.

  • Beginning Teacher Institute

    All Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) teachers who are new to the profession are required to attend the Beginning Teacher Institute on Wednesday, August 10th, and Thursday, August 11th.

  • LCPS Statement on Passing of Jay Gallagher

  • Devlin Graduates from FEMA Advanced Academy

    Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Supervisor of Safety and Security Suzanne Devlin graduated from FEMA’s National Emergency Management Advanced Academy at the Emergency Management Institute in Emmitsburg, Md.

  • DuPont Challenge Honors Ravipati

    Arvind Ravipati, who just completed eighth grade at River Bend Middle School, won an honorable mention award in the DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition in Junior Division for his essay “Our Secure Energy Future.”

  • Rotary Club of Ashburn Filling Backpacks

    The Rotary Club of Ashburn is collecting items for back-to-school backpacks for students in need.

  • Loudoun County High School Students Hone Skills at Leadership Academy

    Three Loudoun County High School Navy Junior ROTC cadets recently completed the course of training at the week-long Leadership Academy, hosted by the U.S. Navy at the Camp Pendleton State Military Reservation and on board Naval Air Station Oceana, in Virginia Beach.

  • Dominion Receives Sportsmanship Award

    Dominion High School has been awarded the Claudia Dodson Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity Award from the Virginia High School League (VHSL) for the 2015-2016 school year.

  • Creighton’s Student Is NOVEC Art Contest Winner

    Mihika Dusad, a rising fifth-grader at Creighton’s Corner Elementary, received Best in Show honors in the Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC) art contest.

  • 2017 LCPS Graduation Dates Set

    Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) has set its graduation schedule for 2017.

  • STEM Camp Having Seventh Successful Year

    For the seventh year, Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) students have had an opportunity to attend a summer camp devoted to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), thanks to generous support of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

  • Microgreen Magic at Hillsboro

    How can you provide fresh vegetables to local families in a nonperishable form? This was the question Hillsboro Elementary students recently tackled as part of their year-long farm-to-school-themed project based learning.

  • Champe Says Farewell to First Four-Year Knights

    John Champe High School Principal John Gabriel has a special tie to the Class of 2016.

  • An Unusual Graduation for Potomac Falls

    The Potomac Falls Class of 2016 will long remember their graduation ceremony for its change of venue if for no other reason.

  • 192 Honored at Retirement Dinner

    Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) celebrated the careers of 192 employees who have retired this school year or who will retire at the close of the school year during a banquet held on Friday, May 20th, at the Lansdowne Resort.

  • Freedom Celebrates Its 10th Graduation

    Freedom High School conducted its 10th commencement on Tuesday, June 14th, at Eagle Bank Arena on the campus of George Mason University.

  • The End of the Alphabet Gets Some Love at Valley

    The alphabet finally worked to Nicklaus Zisk’s advantage on Wednesday, June 15th, at the 54th graduation for Loudoun Valley High School.

  • A Woman Who Realized Her Dreams Shares Them with Stone Bridge

    When she was a girl, Stone Bridge High School’s retiring choral director, Debbie Settle, wanted to have the job she’s held at Stone Bridge for the last 13 years.

  • Dominion Graduates Asked to Live Like Titans

    Dominion High School held its 12th commencement exercises on Sunday, June 12th, in the school’s gymnasium and auditorium.

  • Broad Run Hears the Words of a Professional Poet

    J. Ivy, the award-winning poet and author, was the keynote speaker at Broad Run High School’s graduation on Sunday, June 12th, at Eagle Bank Arena.

  • Monroe Graduates Learn Their ‘Be’s’

    Monroe Technology Center presented 311 Certificates of Completion to students who finished the requirements of the school’s 26 programs at commencement exercises on Wednesday, June 8th, held in the Tuscarora High School Gym.

  • Douglass Students Receive Year-End Rewards

    Faculty musical performances, heartfelt testimonials and a plethora of awards were the mainstays of the Douglass Senior Awards Ceremony on June 7th at Loudoun County’s alternative school.

  • Harmony Renovates Outdoor Classroom

    The thing about outdoor classrooms is that they are, y’know, outdoors.
    That led to some unscheduled excitement at the rededication of Harmony Middle School’s outdoor classroom on Wednesday, June 8th.

  • Lunsford Students Studying Character Playbook

    On Friday, May 20th, four members of the Washington Redskins – long snapper Nick Sundberg, linebacker Houston Bates, tight end Derrick Carrier and center Austin Reiter – worked with students at J. Michael Lunsford Middle School on the new Character Playbook.

  • SEAC Honors Kearney, 34 Others

    The Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC) paid tribute to retiring Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Special Education Director Mary Kearney and 34 other students, staff, parents and community organizations at the Annual SEAC Awards on Thursday, May 19th.

  • 2 LCPS Students Are ISEF Winners

    Two Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) students won Grand Prizes and Best in Category Awards at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) held May 8th through 13th in Phoenix.

  • Loudoun Youthfest May 21st

    Loudoun Youthfest 2016 will be held Saturday, May 21st, at the Barn at One Loudoun from 3 to 8 p.m.

  • Suicide Awareness Program May 23rd at Riverside High School

    Suicide awareness advocate Holly Chamberlain will present a program at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 23rd, in the auditorium of Riverside High School.

  • Sterling Elementary Honors Family Traditions

    “It’s so nice to have you in our house”, Sterling Elementary Principal Jennifer Meres.

  • Countryside Courtyard Closer to Reality

    Fifth grade students at Countryside Elementary moved a little closer to the school courtyard of their dreams.

  • Tuscarora Presents ‘The Wiz’

    Tuscarora High School is excited to present “The Wiz” from May 5th through May 8th.

  • We Are Human

    Students at Woodgrove High School shined a light on the issues of mental illness and teen suicide at the We Are Human Walk and Assembly on Wednesday, April 6th.

  • LEF Senior Art Show

    Five Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) students were honored for creating moving works of art at the 2016 Loudoun Education Foundation (LEF) Senior Art Show.

  • 3 LCPS Students Are Geography Bee Finalists

    Three Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) students were among the 10 finalists of the Virginia Geography Bee held at Longwood University on April 1st.

  • Loudoun Officials Meet with CIA Regarding Discovery of Explosive Substance

    During a joint meeting on Thursday, March 31st, representatives from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office, the Loudoun County Fire Marshal’s Office, Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) and the Office of the County Administrator met with personnel from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to discuss the discovery of benign explosive training material Wednesday on an LCPS bus.

  • Douglass Gets Some Reality

    Students at Douglass School got a lesson in reality on February 26th.

  • Robo Loco Rides Again

    Robo Loco, the Loudoun Academy of Science (AOS)/Monroe Technology Center team that made national news last year when its robot was stolen on the way to nationals, goes back into action Saturday, March 5th.

  • 2-Hour Delay March 1st to Accommodate Presidential Primary

    The Loudoun County School Board has approved a request from the Loudoun County Office of Elections for a two-hour delayed school opening on Tuesday, March 1st, to accommodate an anticipated higher-than-usual turnout for the Presidential Primary Election.

  • Pirates & Princesses February 28th at Riverside

    All would-be pirates and princesses will have a chance to participate in an interactive Pirates and Princesses Event from 1 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, February 28th, at Riverside High School.

  • Park View’s Gayle Receives Wolf Trap Grant

    Mary Beth Gayle, the theatre arts director at Park View High School, is the recipient of a $3,500 Wolf Trap Grant.

  • Robinson Looks Back on an Alternative Career

    At-risk students never had a greater, or more persistent, champion than Dr. Jack Robinson, who retired January 29th as principal of Douglass Alternative School.

  • Update: LCPS Modified Bus Routes

    Due to the road conditions, we have modified bus routes in place for Monday, March 7, 2016.

  • Pillowcase Dresses the Height of Farmwell Fashion

    What started as a tiny seed of an idea grew to a multi-dimensional project for Farmwell Station Middle School’s eighth grade family and consumer science (FACS) students.

  • Grier Retires Having Defined Success

    Monroe Technology Center Principal Wagner Grier has a simple definition of success.

  • 287 to Be Honored at Excellence Banquets Sunday (1 p.m.)

    Students from Briar Woods, Broad Run, Freedom, Thomas Jefferson, Park View, Tuscarora and Woodgrove high schools will be honored at the 1 p.m. section of the 33rd Excellence in Education Banquet on Sunday, December 13th, at the National Conference Center.

  • Champe Presents Antigone Now

    John Champe High School presents “Antigone Now” by Melissa Cooper at 7p.m. on Wednesday, December 16th.

  • A Classic Performance for LCPS Schools

    Latin students from six Loudoun County schools attended the Virginia Junior Classical League’s annual convention in Richmond on November 22nd and 23rd.

  • Ashburn Elementary Explores the Universe

    The Udvar Hazy Center played host to some unique space vehicles on Wednesday, December 2nd.

  • Briar Woods Cheer Team Turns into Reading Leaders

    The Briar Woods High School varsity cheer team spent this fall working with the Readers R Leaders program.

  • Rock Ridge Choir Performs for Department of Education

    The Rock Ridge High School Chamber Choir recently performed for the Office of Federal Student Aid within the United States Department of Education at the 2015 FSASSY Awards Show.

  • Sterling Middle Chronicles Survival Skills

    Sixth grade students at Sterling Middle School received some strong mentoring support from staff and students at George Mason University for their One to the World project.

  • Guilford Has a Record Thanksgiving Dinner

    Guilford Elementary served a record 927 people at its seventh annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner on Monday, November 23rd.

  • Monroe Students of the First Nine Weeks

    Monroe Technology Center (MTC) has named the top students in each of its programs for the first nine-week marking period.

  • Redskins Great Mitchell Talks to Douglass Students

    “Football was easy. People cheered. Nobody cheered in the classroom when I made an A.”

  • Blue Ridge Walks the (Code) Walk

    They take their unicorns with a side of doughnuts at Blue Ridge Middle School.

  • Marching Raiders 4A Champions

    The Loudoun County High School Marching Band was crowned Group 4A Champions at the Tournament of Bands (TOB) Atlantic Coast Championship on Saturday, November 7th, in Harrisburg, Pa.

  • ‘Sherlock Holmes’ at John Champe

    John Champe High School presents “Sherlock Holmes” at 7 p.m. on November 19th, 20th and 21st.

  • 2015 American Education Week Activities

    Loudoun County Public Schools’ 88 schools will take part in the observance of American Education Week November 16th through the 20th.

  • 2015 High School All-County Chorus

    The 2015 High School All-County Chorus Concert will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, November 14th, at Briar Woods High School.

  • 20 Seneca Ridge Students Have a Pro Day

    20 students from Seneca Ridge Middle School got the full NFL experience on Tuesday, November 3rd.

  • HBCU College Fair November 18th

    A Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Showcase will be held at Tuscarora High School on Wednesday, November 18th, from 6 until 9 p.m.

  • ‘The Pink Panther Strikes Again’ at Riverside

    The first production of Riverside High School’s Moon River Productions will be “The Pink Panther Strikes Again.”

  • AOS Students Appear in Popular Mechanics

    Seniors Liam Wallace and Wyatt Pontius of the Loudoun Academy of Science (AOS) have a lot to celebrate. Their two-year science research project was recently published in Popular Mechanics after receiving a string of awards at various science competitions.

  • Reading Leads to Pig-Kissing in Lucketts

    Students at Lucketts Elementary recently participated in a reading incentive.

  • Broad Run’s ‘Hurricane Pink’ Hits Big Apple

    Broad Run DECA’s Hurricane PINK project touched down in New York City on November 1st.

  • All-Conference 14 Volleyball Team

    Senior Holly Carlton of Potomac Falls High School is the 2015 Conference 14 Volleyball Player of the Year. The Panthers’ Linda Lachey-Helms is Coach of the Year.

  • Books for Babies Celebrates Another Successful Year

    Babies in Loudoun are born with a daunting homework assignment.

  • Park View’s Poth Selected for Understanding Sacrifice Program.

    Matthew Poth, a social science teacher at Park View High School, is one of 18 middle and high school educators selected by National History Day (NHD) to participate in Understanding Sacrifice, a highly competitive, year-long professional development program sponsored by the American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC).

  • SEAC Meets November 4th

    The Loudoun County Public School (LCPS) Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, November 4th, in Room 100 of the LCPS Administrative Offices in Ashburn.

  • Discovery Discovers Differences & Celebrates Them

    Walking in someone’s shoes is one thing… Seeing – or not seeing – through their eyes and feeling the difficulties of various disabilities is quite another.

  • 99 Percent of LCPS Schools Fully Accredited by State

    Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) received good news when the Virginia Department of Education released its Accreditation Ratings on Tuesday, October 27th.

  • Author Brings Forced Marriage Issue to Champe

    Author Aisha Saeed brought a little-discussed social problem into focus for Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) students on Tuesday, October 20th

  • Bus Driver and Attendant Appreciation Day a Hit

    Loudoun County families and schools paid tribute to bus drivers and attendants on Wednesday, October 21st, during National School Bus Safety Week.

  • Harmony Kicks Off Empty Bowl Project

    Harmony Middle School kicked off its annual Empty Bowl Project with a visit by six local artists on Friday, October 16th

  • ‘A Murder Is Announced’ at Heritage

    In celebration of the 125th anniversary of the birth of acclaimed mystery writer Agatha Christie, the Heritage High School Drama Department will present her suspenseful and witty play “A Murder is Announced.”

  • Mill Run Holds STEAM Fest

    Did you ever wonder how tall a tree is?

    C’mon, you know you have…

    If you attended Mill Run Elementary’s STEAM Fest on October 14th, you’d know how to find the answer to this nagging question. (You could do the calculations using your arm, a shadow or a pencil.)

  • Students Up to Public School Challenge

    “The future is this room.”

    Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe brought that message to The Loudoun Public School Challenge on Thursday, October 22nd, at the National Conference Center in Leesburg.

  • Stone Bridge Choral Concert & Silent Auction

    Stone Bridge High School’s Choral Department will hold its Annual Fall Fundraising Auction & Concert beginning at 6 p.m. Wednesday, October 28th.

  • Freedom's Ko Named to All-American Band

    The key to a successful life is listening to your sister.

  • Redskins Give Students a Warm Feeling

    “I look awesome!” squealed a Sugarland Elementary student after receiving a new winter coat, courtesy of Macy’s and the Redskins Charitable Foundation.

  • French House Finds Home in Loudoun

    A French house has found a home in Loudoun County.

  • Catoctin Celebrates Farm to School Week

    Catoctin Elementary students got to savor some local flavor during Farm-to-School Week, October 5th through 9th.

  • Blue Ridge Students Find Way into Print

    Students at Blue Ridge Middle School have joined great thinkers through the ages in the art of literary criticism.

  • Girls in Technology November 5th

    The Women in Technology Foundation will host a free “Sharing Our Success” workshop for girls in grades three through 12.

  • MSAAC Discusses Strategic Planning Wednesday

    Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Superintendent Dr. Eric Williams will speak about the school division’s Vision 20/20 strategic plan at the Wednesday, October 21st, meeting of the Minority Student Achievement Advisory Committee.

  • Dominion Performs ‘The Other Room’

    The Dominion High School Theatre Department is literally taking the show on the road when it performs for the students at Seneca Ridge Middle School on Wednesday, October 28th.

  • School Bus Driver/Attendant Appreciation Day October 21st

    Loudoun County schools, students and parents will observe School Bus Driver/Attendant Appreciation Day on Wednesday, October 21st.

  • Freedom Has a Day of Service

    The fourth annual Freedom High School Senior Day of Service took students from the school to nine community venues to complete service projects on Wednesday, October 14th.

  • Eagle Ridge Students Communicate Globally

    Eagle Ridge Middle School students recently got the opportunity to spend an afternoon video-conferencing with Istanbul-based journalist Alec Marsh.

  • Clarification for Bond Issue Mailer

    During the past few days, Loudoun County residents have received a mailer about the School Bond Referendum on Tuesday, November 3rd.

  • LCPS Celebrates National School Lunch Week

    To recognize the National School Lunch Program and the 30 million children it serves every day, Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) will recognize National School Lunch Week from Tuesday, October 13th, through Friday, October 16th

  • Farm Tour Features Hamilton Elementary

    Hamilton Elementary will be featured on the Loudoun County Fall Farm Tour on Saturday, October 17th.

  • AOS PTSO Seeks Help for Joaquin Victims

    The Loudoun Academy of Science (AOS) PTSO is coordinating contributions from the AOS family to San Salvador and the Gerace Field Station as they seek to recover from the effects of Hurricane Joaquin.

  • Belmont Ridge’s ‘Tarzan’ Honored

    Belmont Ridge’s production of the musical “Tarzan,” which was staged last April, was recently honored at the National Youth Arts Award ceremony in New York.

  • Stone Hill Hosting Middle School Math Tournament

    Stone Hill Middle School will host a Math Tournament for middle school students on April 2, 2016

  • Parents of Gifted Students Hold October 22nd Meeting

    Loudoun County Parents of Gifted Students (LoCoPOGS) is hosting a discussion for parents called “Why Doesn’t My Bright Student Earn Great Grades? A Discussion about Ability verse Achievement.” At 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 22nd, in the J. Lupton Simpson Middle School auditorium.

  • School Communication Subject of October 14th LEAP

    “Can You Hear Me Now? Communicating with Your Child’s School” is the subject of the Wednesday, October 14th, meeting of the Loudoun Education Alliance of Parents (LEAP).

  • Sanders Corner Enters Banking Business

    Students at Sanders Corner Elementary have a new way of learning financial literacy, thanks to a branch of Middleburg Bank located in the school’s lobby.

  • Moorefield Station Does the Economic Math

    Third-graders at Moorefield Station Elementary got some help from local business leaders in learning about economics, addition, subtraction and money.

  • 2015-16 Student School Board Members Named

    2015-16 Student School Board Members Named

  • Running Man: Meet the New Superintendent

    LCPS Superintendent Dr. Eric Williams runs across the district, getting everyone ready and excited for the 2014-2015 school year.

  • Riverside High School on Target for August 31

    Riverside High School on Target for August 31st Opening

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