School Board members finalize plan for attendance boundaries
Thu., Dec. 5 | 12:00 PM - With the rezoning of attendance boundaries entering into its final stages, the Loudoun County School Board went to their constituents Nov. 25 to iron out any concerns about the potential boundaries.
Cedar Lane gym teacher arrested after reporting to school drunk
Thu., Dec. 5 | 11:42 AM - A Loudoun County Public Schools elementary school teacher was arrested Dec. 4 after coming to school drunk.
Broad Run shows its force during CIP work session
Thu., Dec. 5 | 07:00 AM - Maroon and gold from the Broad Run High School community filled the School Board meeting room Dec. 3.
Mental health demands outstrip supply
Mon., Dec. 2 | 07:00 AM - The death of a state senator’s son last week has many in Virginia talking about the state of the commonwealth’s mental health system.
LTM Editorial: The next Hatrick
Thu., Dec. 5 | 07:26 PM - This is the last school year for Edgar Hatrick, who has served as superintendent of Loudoun County schools since 1991. The search firm of Hazard, Young, Attea and Associates are currently looking for candidates to replace him.
Guilford feeds hundreds
Thu., Dec. 5 | 04:42 PM - Guilford Elementary fed 623 people at its fourth annual Thanksgiving dinner Nov. 25.
Leesburg art exhibit to feature students
Thu., Dec. 5 | 12:00 PM - The Leesburg Town Exhibit Hall will feature artwork from students at Monroe Technology Center, a career and technical school in Leesburg.
Monroe Tech winter plant sale
Wed., Dec. 4 | 04:43 PM - Monroe Technology Center’s will conduct their 2013 Winter Plant Sale from Dec. 4-6.
Math forum at Lunsford
Wed., Dec. 4 | 03:29 PM - Dulles District School Board member Jeff Morse will be hosting a Math Forum from 7 to 9 p.m. at J. Michael Lunsford Middle School Dec. 4.
Getting ragged for a good cause
Student contestants in the Potomac Falls beard growing contest see how their teacher counterparts are faring in the competition Nov. 21. Times-Mirror Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Andrew Sharbel
Thu., Nov. 28 | 12:00 PM - Potomac Falls High School conducted a fundraiser to see who could grow the best beard during the month of November for the senior class's service project.
Teachers, PTOs weigh in on new superintendent
Hank Gmitro, president of Hazard, Young, Attea and Associates holds a forum with PTA leaders (from left to right) Val Walters, Debbie Jackubowski, Jennifer Boner, Liz Szabo and Barbara Fontaine Nov. 21 at the LCPS Administration Building. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Andrew Sharbel
Tue., Nov. 26 | 07:00 AM - While Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent Ed Hatrick is set to retire June 30, 2014, it's apparent he has left a lasting impression on school communities within the county.
Broad Run at front of public capital improvement concerns
Mon., Nov. 25 | 05:15 PM - After just one work session in the fiscal 2015 to 2020 Capital Improvement Plan process, it's apparent the Broad Run High School project will be the most hotly contested.
Loudoun celebrates 5th Annual Day of Thanks
Gita’s Dream Kirtan was among the performers at Loudoun Interfaith BRIDGES’ 5th annual Day of Thanks. Gita Krista Zember, center, invited audience members to participate in a chant.
Sat., Nov. 23 | 08:00 AM - Loudoun Interfaith Bridges welcomed people of all faiths to a Day of Thanks: A Musical Journey for All Ages on Nov. 17 at the Northern Virginia Bha'i Center in Sterling to celebrate cultural and religious diversity. Photographer Rick Wasser captured the event in pictures for the Times-Mirror
Board of Education approves A-F grading system
Local state Del. Tag Greason (R-32nd) introduced the A-F grading legislation in the 2013 session as part of Gov. Bob McDonnell’s education agenda. Times-Mirror File Photo
Fri., Nov. 22 | 12:12 PM - The Virginia Board of Education has unanimously approved the A-F grading system that will assign letter grades to schools based on the percentage of students demonstrating proficiency, academic growth and college and career readiness.
Renowned physicist visits Mercer Middle School
Fri., Nov. 22 | 12:00 PM - Gifted and talented students at Mercer Middle School in Aldie were treated to a special presentation Nov. 13 when Dr. Bulent Atalay came to visit the school.
Atalay is a world-renowned author, scientist and artist, specializing in physics.