Delayed a week by snow, Loudoun County Public Schools recognized 276 high school seniors for their superior academic achievements at the Excellence in Education Banquet on Dec. 15 at the National Conference Center. The event celebrated the achievements of students and faculty members, but also recognized the long tenure (and perfect attendance) of outgoing superintendent Ed Hatrick. Veteran photographer Rick Wasser took pictures of the event for the Times-Mirror.
|Dr. Edgar Hatrick, Superintendent, Loudoun County Public Schools, was given a perfect attendance award for having attended the Excellence in Education Banquet for 31 years in a row.|
|Lisa Roth, first grade teacher at Dominion Trail Elementary School, is the recipient of The Washington Post 2013 Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher Award for Loudoun County.|
|Loudoun Valley High School Principal Susan Ross introduces students.|
|Hannah Hodson, Loudoun Valley, receives her award from School Board Member Jill Turgeon.|
|Broad Run High School honorees pose for a photo.|
|Tuscarora High School honoree Elishama Michel receives congratulations from Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Edgar Hatrick.|
|Heritage High School's Nicholas Fuhrmann goes to receive his award.|
|Janet and David Stayrook, parents of Oliver Stayrook, a Heritage High School honoree, stand to acknowledge--and photograph--his award.|
|John Champe students pose for their group award photo.|
|Briar Woods honorees Skanda Setty, Meghna Sharma and McKensey Struzik watch the monitor from the wings.|
|Briar Woods High School honorees get ready for their group photo.|
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