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    Andrew Sharbel

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    Recent articles

    Middleburg Charter School names first principal

    The MCCS Board of Directors has announced the appointment of Dr. Barbara Smith to lead the school in its first year. - 05/09/14

    Two Loudoun students to represent county in German Bundestag

    Caitlyn Payne from Park View High School and Ben Hughes from Woodgrove High School were two of the 50 selected winners of the 2014 Congress-Bundestag Scholarship. - 05/07/14

    Sterling house fire displaces four

    According to Loudoun County Fire Department personnel, a fire in Sterling displaced a family of four Sunday. - 05/05/14

    Sheriff’s Office looking to identify hit and run driver

    The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect in the hit and run of a pedestrian in Sterling May 3. - 05/05/14

    Stone Bridge senior sets example for Loudoun’s youth

    Lydia Sohn, a senior at Stone Bridge High School took an active approach in celebrating “National Be Your Best Self Week” April 21-25. - 05/05/14

    County hires three new high school principals

    Loudoun County Public Schools has found the next wave of principals within their own ranks, promoting three assistant principals to the role of principal at three high schools losing their long serving leaders. - 05/02/14

    Three Loudoun high schools rank high in annual list

    With the release of the annual high school rankings by U.S. News and World Report, Loudoun County has three schools in the top 400 schools in the nation. - 04/29/14

    Teacher aide charged with assault of a student

    According to a Loudoun County Sheriff's Office report, a teacher’s aide with Loudoun County Public Schools has been charged with assault and battery of a student. - 04/25/14

    MWAA announces Silver Line Phase 1 substantial completion

    The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has announced an April 9 Declaration of Substantial Completion for Phase 1 of the Silver Line Project to extend the Washington region’s Metrorail public transit system. - 04/24/14

    UPDATE: School Board reconciles budget

    Small schools, buses to TJ, family life education teachers and freshman sports all survive final cuts. Final cut list inside. - 04/24/14

    Park View treading on new turf

    School receives $1 million for synthetic, multi-sport field. - 04/22/14

    Loudoun School Board listens to western communities, schools fate yet to be determined

    More than 180 speakers turned out at the public hearing pleading with the School Board to keep their schools open and showing them how important the schools are to the community. - 04/22/14

    NFL and Redskins team up with county for $1 million synthetic field grant

    The Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation and the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors are teaming up to host a press conference April 22 at 10:30 a.m. to announce a $1 million grant to fund a new, synthetic, multi-sport field at Park View High School. - 04/18/14

    High school junior learns the daily operations of an ER

    Abigail Cundiff, a Tuscarora High School junior and aspiring nurse, spent April 9 shadowing Registered Nurse Kitty Sharp and assisting patients during the Job for a Day program at the Cornwall Campus of Inova Loudoun Hospital. - 04/17/14

    Parents seek clarification on Aldie Elementary zoning

    An Aldie Elementary parent recently asked the School Board for clarification that should Aldie Elementary School close, could it feasibly reopen in two years? - 04/16/14

    Briar Woods senior hopes to make impact through sign language

    Payton Hale is planning to major in American Sign Language at Eastern Kentucky University next year. - 04/10/14

    Communities outraged by possible Loudoun school closings

    Aldie, Hillsboro, Hamilton and Lincoln Elementary Schools have been proposed to be closed as the Loudoun County School Board works to reconcile a $38 million budget shortfall. - 04/09/14

    Double amputee speaks to Prosthetic Care Facility in Leesburg

    Scott Rigsby attended an event at the Prosthetic Care Facility of Virginia in Leesburg April 3 along with other amputee speakers. - 04/09/14

    Community emerges to save Aldie Elementary

    The community of Aldie has started a campaign to save and expand its elementary school in the face of repeated threats to close the small western Loudoun School. - 04/04/14

    School Board gets ‘gut punch’ after first reconciliation work session

    At least four western Loudoun schools, the 1-to-1 initiative pilot program and Technology Reimbursement Plan, freshman sports, summer school, middle school deans and 14 assistant athletic directors are facing the chopping block. The Music Theater Academy Magnet at Heritage High School has also been halted. - 04/02/14

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