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UPDATED Info--School Year 20-21


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Request DEC (Driver Education Completion) card [updated 1/20/21]

  • DEC Request...please complete this request to have your card prepared.
    • Send Ms. Hvozdovic email once request completed to setup pick-up date/time 
  • Current 10th Graders...DEC cards will be ready for request on Tuesday, January 26, 2021.  

Connect-Ed from Mr. Spage [posted 1/15/21, connect-Ed 1/15/21]

Click HERE for message information

Supporting attachments in message:

Updated Bell Schedule--Effective 1/21/21[posted 1/15/21, connect-Ed 1/15/21]

Effecitve January 21, 2021 [first day of 3rd Quarter] there is a new bell schedule that will be followed. 

  • New Bell schedule, click HERE
  • AB schedule, click HERE

BRH 2020-2021 Parking Passes[posted 1/14/21]

Please completed the following Form to apply for Parking Passes. Click HERE

SpartMart...Get your Gear [posted 1/11/21]

The SpartMart has New Gear for the New Year.  Click HERE for the QR code for more information.

Pupil Services Information [posted 1/11/21]

Mental Health and Wellness Conference - January 30 (VIRTUAL)

The Department of Pupil Services will present a virtual Mental Health and Wellness Conference, “Navigating the Path to Student Wellness” from 8:45 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, January 30. More information and registration can be found here: Loudoun County Public Schools Mental Health and Wellness Conference. (Attendance may be limited due to capacity.) 

In addition, LCPS is collaborating with Inova to present the “Act on Addiction Summit,” a series of presentations offered January 25-29. For more information, please visit:

Both events are free for parents, educators and community members. 

Click HERE for more information

Academies of Loudoun: Virtual Tour [posted 1/07/21]

Go and check out the Academies of Loudoun virtual tour.  Click HERE for the link to be directed to the tour.  Enjoy! 

Family Resources [posted 1/07/21]

Keep In Touch News from the Parent Resources Services.  Click HERE for direct link to the current news. 

Make-Up Picture Info: 9th, 10th and 11th Grades (BRHS Auditorium) [UPDATED 12/21/20; UPDATED 12/03/20]

Date for 9th, 10th, & 11th grade underclass portraits are scheduled for...

  • Monday, January 11, 2021 between the hours of 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM, see websites for listed scheduled times.
    • Please click HERE for procedures, safety precautions and the complete schedule. 


Academies of Loudoun: [posted 12/02/20]

Parent Info Session Academies of Loudoun 2021 Winter Admissions Information Virtual Sessions (via WebEx)

Wednesday, December 9   6:30 p.m.         View the Session Live Stream

Tuesday, December 15      6:30 p.m.         View the Session Live Stream

Wednesday, January 6       6:30 p.m.         View the Session Live Stream

Saturday, January 16         10:00 a.m.        View the Session Live Stream

Thursday, January 21         6:30 p.m.         View the Session Live Stream

Monday, February 8            6:30 p.m.         View the Session Live Stream

Target Audience: High school students grades 9-11 and their families.

*Interpretation Request
 - Please email if you require interpretation services to attend an information session. Please include preferred date(s) and language(s). NOTE: All requests must be received no later than five (5) business days prior to your selected information session. 

Seniors Portrait Make-Ups:  [posted10/20/20, connect-Ed 11/23/20, re-posted 11/23/20]

Senior make-up pictures for the Class of 2021will be held on 12/3 and 12/4. Click HERE for directions and appointment procedure.

Help Keep Sports Alive at Broad Run High School [connect-ed 11/23/20, posted 11/23/20]

It's the season of gratitude and giving. Please use this  link: to access the Broad Run Athletic Booster Club's GoFundMe Charity campaign. High school sports not only improve physical health and well-being for the athletes but improve skills like leadership, teamwork, and academics. They create events that the entire school can be and feel a part of and involve the local community also. This campaign is being created as there are still the same costs associated with preparation for these sports to take place from Dec 2020-June 2021. Due to the pandemic, however, there haven't been any of the usual forms of income from gate receipts, concessions, fundraisers, etc. to offset these costs. 

Share this with your friends, family, and colleagues. Please consider donating today and thank you for your generosity!

Superintendent Message:  [connect-ed 11-18-20, posted 11-18-20]

To All LCPS Families and Staff Members:

Last night the Loudoun County School Board voted to establish metrics that Loudoun County Public Schools will use to monitor community conditions and determine whether the spread of the coronavirus reaches levels that require returning to 100% distance learning for all students  or limiting the expansion of implementation of the hybrid model.

These metrics were recommended by staff after extensive consultation with the Loudoun County Health Department. They reflect the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Virginia Department of Health in considering data about the spread of COVID-19 in our community while evaluating the safety and public health implications of school operations.

In taking action last night the School Board determined the following:

If the CDC core indicators relating to the Loudoun County case incidence rate* and the Loudoun County percent positivity rate** are each at the highest risk levels, then LCPS would return to 100% distance learning for all students and would not expand implementation of the hybrid model

*= New cases per 100,000 persons within the last 14 days reaches > 200

**= Percentage of RT-PCR tests that are positive during the last 14 days reaches >10%

Nothing in this motion precludes the superintendent from implementing 100% distance learning as is appropriate, i.e. should COVID-19 transmission occur within particular classes, a school or schools.

The LCPS COVID-19 Case Data webpage is updated daily with information regarding isolations, quarantines, and the CDC Core Indicator data referenced in the School Board decision.  Embedded below is an image of how the core indicator data is represented on the LCPS webpage.

Core Indicators, Loudoun

We are continuing to plan to welcome students in grades 3-5 and seniors at AOS and AET to hybrid learning on December 1, even as we closely monitor and evaluate the conditions in the community. We will continue to provide additional information about the impact of this decision on other elements of LCPS operations as it becomes available.

Thank you for your continued flexibility and support as we work through this process as a community. LCPS remains committed to returning students who choose hybrid learning to school so long as we can safely do so, and your continued vigilance is an important factor in our ability to move forward.


Eric Williams, Ed.D., Superintendent

Nutritional Services Information [posted, 11/16/20]

The LCPS Nutritional Services has infomation pertaining to the nutritional services being offered by LCPS.   Please visit their website CLICK HERE to see service dates, times, locations and menus.

PSAT: 10th Graders [connect-ed from LCPS, 11/13/20]

The test will be administered with appropriate physical distancing and other mitigation measures in place. Students must wear a face covering (cloth or disposable) at all times, complete a COVID-19 symptom check questionnaire on the day of the test (prior to entry), and have their temperature taken upon arrival to the testing site.

Students must register to test no later than Wednesday, December 2 to participate in this PSAT NMSQT test administration. Late registrations and walk-ins will not be accepted. There is no cost to take this test and transportation is available if requested within the registration portal.

Students should use the following link to register for test participation, beginning Wednesday, November 18:

Questions may be addressed to your student’s high school Testing Coordinator.  At BRH, please email Mr. Kevin Kozikowski  at

Information from Loudoun County: Free COVID-19 Testing [posted 11/11/20]

Loudoun County has scheduled two more free drive-thru COVID-19 testing events on Saturday, November 14, 2020, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.


  1. The testing events will take place at two locations simultaneously.
  2. NOTE: The two testing locations are using two different registration forms because they are being operated by different contractors.
  3. Attendees should complete the form that corresponds to the location they plan to go to for testing.
  4. Forms will also be available at the testing site. 


Tuscarora High School, 801 N. King Street, Leesburg

Simpson Middle School, 490 Evergreen Mill Road SE, Leesburg


A webpage has been published with all of these details here: The same information is online in Spanish at

Town Hall Meeting: Nov 16 @ 5 pm [posted 11/05/20]


Broad Run High School will be having a Town Hall meeting on Monday, November 16 at 5:00. 

This event will be virtual via livestream with a Q&A opportunity.

Click HERE for the Town Hall site

After Schoool Math Lab [posted 11/10/20]

Attention Broad Run students!  The Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society is excited to announce the kick-off of after-school Math Lab! 

  • If you need some extra help with your math class, this is the place for you! 
  • We are offering peer math tutoring from 4:00 to 5:00 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. 
  • No need to sign up ahead of time - just join the meet!  The tutors are ready for you!  

Please see your Math Teacher for the Google Meet link. 

2nd Quarter--ABAB Schedule [lcps 10/14/20]

Click HERE for the updated LCPS ABAB Schedule.  This will begin on Wednesday, November 4 the first day of the 2nd Quarter.

Click HERE for the Bell Schedule [time remains same, ABAB days are updated]

Yearbook Info [posted/connect Ed 10/23/20]

The yearbook staff is continuing to collect photos from parents and students for use in the yearbook.  This week, we are asking for your pictures of students with their pets; students wearing their favorite masks; and students engaged in distance learning.

To submit a photo of a student and his or her pet, please use this form:

To submit a photo of a student wearing his or her favorite mask, please use this form:

To submit a photo of a student doing schoolwork, please use this form:

Over the next few weeks and months, you will receive an email from a staff member if your submission was selected to be published on a spread.  Questions?  Contact the yearbook adviser, Sarah Dyer, at


Seniors "Chalk of the Town" [posted/connect-ed 10/16/20]

Please see flyer  [click HERE] regarding a senior (only) event on October 26. Questions, Email -

Seniors--Cap & Gown   [posted/connect-ed 10/16/20]

Cap and Gown ordering information:

Here is step by step instructions how to order:

  • Step 1- Go to
  • Step 2- Select Caps and Gowns
  • Step 3- Select Broad Run High School
  • Step 4- Enter in your email address to receive a confirmation for your order
  • Step 5- Complete your information
  • Step 6- Checkout 

You can also order other "Grad Essentials" such as Announcements, Diploma Frames, Souvenir Tassels, 2021 Apparel, etc. on the website below. Please copy and paste the link below into your browser to order.

Or, use the Grad Products Brochure & Order Form [click HERE] to order by mail.  If you have any questions, please contact Balfour at 703-941-1436.

Freshmen:  Sigma Tau Sigma [posted/connect-ed 10-16-20]

Sigma Tau Sigma is a upper-class/freshman mentoring program at Broad Run High School. The program is designed to develop connections and offer advice in navigating high school. If your freshman is interested, you can fill out this google form. Please contact with any questions.