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Hero driver saves 32 kids from smoking Loudoun school bus

While driving her usual route to Harmony Middle School yesterday morning, Michele Coates was faced with an emergency she's trained for, but never thought she'd have to encounter.

17 Loudoun middle schoolers taken to hospital after school bus smokes and leaks gas

The bus was on the way to school on Berlin Turnpike when a call was made to emergency services for a bus fire, according to an email notification from Harmony Principal Eric Stewart.

Madison’s Trust fifth-grader Shreyas Sailes (right) does a nature survey with his classmates at the school this morning.
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Loudoun fifth-graders study environmental impact of their school, raise money to rebuild ecosystem

A few years ago the area where Madison's Trust Elementary School now stands was all forest. Fifth-graders at the school this year are studying the environmental impact of the construction to the ecosystem and how to help reverse it.

Cast members rehearse “A WILL to Survive,” a rock opera that will debut at the Hill School in Middleburg Oct. 2.
Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Musical touring Loudoun County schools addresses suicide prevention

"A WILL To Survive," a 45-minute rock opera produced by A Place To Be music therapy, aims to reach teenagers with music and lyrics they can relate to. The show will begin touring Loudoun County Public Schools as part of the Same Sky Project this year, with a goal of performing in every middle and high school by spring 2018.

Woodgrove High School principal refutes online rumors of violent threat to campus

Woodgrove High School Principal William Shipp this afternoon sent an email notification assuring parents and students it is safe to attend class tomorrow despite rumors circulating social media that there will be a “violent incident” on campus.

Heroin documentary, addiction panel discussion to be held Tuesday in Ashburn

The public is invited to attend a free screening on Tuesday of the film “Chasing The Dragon,” a 45-minute documentary on heroin and opioid addiction.

Former Loudoun County Public Schools superintendent Robert E. Butt.
Photo courtesy Loudoun County Public Schools

Former Loudoun superintendent Robert Butt dies at age 92

Butt brought about full racial integration of Loudoun County Public Schools during the 1969 through 1970 school year. When he retired in 1988, Butt was the longest-serving superintendent among Virginia’s 140 school divisions.

Middleburg Charter Academy recieves $137,000 state grant

Middleburg Community Charter School recently received a $137,700 grant to aid its year-round instructional program from Gov. Terry McAuliffe.

Name Northern Virginia Community College’s Nighthawk mascot

Northern Virginia Community College President Scott Ralls has announced a survey to name NOVA’s new mascot, the NOVA Nighthawk.

Safe driving for seniors presentation set for Sept. 19 in Potomac Falls

The Loudoun County Area Agency on Aging and Falcons Landing will host “Safe Driving for Seniors,” a panel presentation and discussion at 2 p.m. Monday, Sept. 19.

32 Loudoun Public School students names National Merit Scholarship semifinalists

Students are selected to be semifinalists based on their performance on the PSAT during their junior year. They are among the highest scorers in Virginia and represent the top 1 percent of test-takers. The 32 LCPS students are among 16,000 nationwide to receive the honor.

All but one eligible Loudoun Public School receive full accreditation

Sugarland Elementary School in Sterling received a partial accreditation and a warning for the second year in a row.

Northern Virginia Community College President Scott Ralls speaks to business leaders about how his school is helping grow jobs in the region. Times-Mirror/Hannah Dellinger

NOVA president, Loudoun superintendent discuss how schools prepare students for workforce challenges

President of Northern Virginia Community College Scott Ralls and Superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools Eric Williams spoke to Loudoun business leaders this morning about how their institutions are preparing students to enter an innovative work force.

Loudoun judge continues trespassing case against Joy Maloney

A Loudoun County District Court judge today continued the misdemeanor trespassing case against School Board member Joy Maloney at the request of the commonwealth.

Loudoun School Board member Joy Maloney (Broad Run).

MORE: Motion to censure Loudoun School Board member Joy Maloney for Trump rally arrest fails

The Loudoun County School Board voted against considering a motion to censure board member Joy Maloney (Broad Run) for her Aug. 2 arrest at a Donald Trump rally at Briar Woods High School.
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