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Loudoun County Public Schools VDOE report card provides detailed information on student achievement and other indicators of school quality.

Va. Department of Education surveys public on redesign of school performance report cards

The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) is surveying parents and other members of the public to find out what information and features should be added to the online performance report cards the department publishes for schools, school divisions and the state.

Times-Mirror Photo/Kate Murphy

Former soccer star returns to Loudoun County High School to teach

When she was a young girl Olivia Mackey knew she wanted two things in life, to be a soccer player and a teacher. After a professional soccer career, she returned home and will be a new physical education teacher at Loudoun County High School.

Virginia higher ed panel to discuss projected enrollment, degrees

Universities and colleges in Virginia expect enrollment to increase by more than 7 percent in 2021.

Virginia higher ed panel to discuss projected enrollment, degrees

Universities and colleges in Virginia expect enrollment to increase by more than 7 percent in 2021.

Loudoun County teachers see both drawbacks and benefits to dropping exams

This summer Loudoun County Public Schools announced it will no longer require teachers to administer midterm or final exams.

Times-Mirror Photo/Trevor Baratko

MORE: NAACP rally at Loudoun courthouse—‘Tell the whole story’

Loudoun NAACP President Phillip Thompson said it’s time for the county government and courthouse complex to reflect a more balanced view of Loudoun’s complicated history of Civil War involvement and racism.

Mobile Hope partners with Inova to provide youth Medicaid

Mobile Hope, Inova and Loudoun County Public Schools are working together to identify uninsured children and provide comprehensive application and enrollment assistance to connect them to an appropriate and affordable source of care.

Leesburg Police arrest 16-year-old after break-in at elementary school

Leesburg Police apprehended a 16-year-old last night after responding to an alarm at Cool Spring Elementary.

Loudoun grade school student wins big at art contest

A Loudoun County student took home an award for their contribution to the 13th Annual Youth Art Contest held by Cooperative Living magazine.

James Dallas. Courtesy/LCPS

Principal James Dallas named Director of Teaching and Learning for Loudoun schools

Discovery Elementary School Principal James E. Dallas was appointed as director of teaching and learning in Loudoun County Public Schools.

Rachel Veal, a cyber systems administrator at Northrop Grumman, advises students during the cyber security camp competition. Times-Mirror/Kate Murphy

Firewalls replace bonfires at Monroe Tech’s cyber security camp

Loudoun County students explored the fundamentals of information technology, programming, security essentials and ethical hacking at Monroe Technology Center's Cyber Security Camp.

Loudoun Schools fight hunger through summer meal program

Loudoun County is the richest county in the United States, yet one in 10 kids who live here don’t know where their next meal is coming from.

Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Loudoun organization seeks big solutions from unlikely sources

A Loudoun-based national solutions think-tank of sorts gears up for a new year of collecting ideas worldwide to solve problems on all levels, and this time they’re bringing students into the mix.

Loudoun County Public Schools allows teachers to decide whether to administer midterm and final exams. Courtesy/LCPS

MORE: Loudoun County Public Schools modify midterm, final exams policy

Loudoun County Public Schools will no longer require midterm or final exams. Teachers still have the choice to administer them, but they will no longer count for 20 percent of a student's final grade.

Two more Loudoun schools to offer full-day kindergarten

Two more elementary schools will offer full-day kindergarten this fall. The Loudoun County School Board approved with a 7-2 vote June 23 the expansion.
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