Loudoun County Public Schools announced that the school district would be reducing the number of days partially or unvaccinated students exposed to COVID-19 would be expected to quarantine, from 14 to 10 days, according to a Friday press release.
The year was 2019, and Hriday Unadkat was a young man on a mission. He was a 10th grader that year at the newly-opened Independence High School in Ashburn. As the school year began, Unadkat noticed the school didn’t have a venue for students who shared one of his most profound interests: astronomy.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will consider an initiative put forth by Supervisor Juli E. Briskman (D-Algonkian) that would direct the Joint Board of Supervisors and School Board Committee to study harm done to the Black community by previous boards dating back more than…
The Loudoun County School Board on Tuesday approved measures codifying professional standards of conduct for staff, student dress codes and a recognition of Hispanic Heritage month, as well as a proclamation for Leslee King Day on the late board member’s birthday, March 30.
The Free to Learn Coalition, an educational advocacy group, took aim at Loudoun County Public Schools in a new television ad that aired during the second half of the Washington Football Team’s Sunday afternoon game, taking issue with recent actions taken by the School Board.
Loudoun County Circuit Court Judge Stephen E. Sincavage on Monday morning recused himself from a case concerning a petition to recall School Board member Beth Barts and rescheduled the hearing for Wednesday at 1 p.m.
Newton-Lee Elementary School in Ashburn is named for two Loudoun County residents who died when American Airlines Flight 77 crashed into the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001: Christopher Newton and Dong Chul Lee, according to the school’s website.
Loudoun County School Board member Beth Barts on Friday published a Facebook post calling into question the board's selection process to fill a seat that was left vacant following the death of board member Leslee King on August 31.
Danielle Nadler, a former journalist who spent years covering Loudoun County, was named executive director of the independent nonprofit Loudoun Education Foundation on September 1. Her extensive background in journalism, she said, gave her the expertise to tackle issues of inequity within Lo…
Hundreds of conservative Northern Virginia residents — including former secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson and Republican gubernatorial nominee Glenn Youngkin — gathered Wednesday night for the Rally to Save Our Schools at the Landsowne Resort and Spa in Leesburg, railing …
A Loudoun County Circuit Court judge on Sept. 2 accepted an amended lawsuit against Loudoun County Public Schools, which asks the court to immediately suspend a newly-adopted transgender policy that has garnered national attention, Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) confirmed with the Times-Mirror.
Becky Glick’s twin daughters, Nora and Claire, should have started attending fourth grade at Ball’s Bluff Elementary School in Leesburg when classes began last Thursday.
As the remnants of Hurricane Ida moves through the area, Loudoun County Public Schools announced Wednesday afternoon that all schools and administrative offices would be closing at 6 p.m.
A Leesburg attorney is challenging a petition brought forth by a group of Loudoun County residents seeking the removal of School Board member Beth Barts (Leesburg District).
Loudoun County School Board member Leslee King (Broad Run District) has died, Loudoun County Public Schools confirmed with the Times-Mirror on Tuesday.
Loudoun County Public Schools superintendent Scott Ziegler announced Tuesday that all students participating in Virginia High School League winter and spring sports will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by November 8.
This story has been updated to reflect a discrepancy LCPS officials discovered in the number of staff at Lucketts Elementary School who were quarantining.
Loudoun County Public Schools on Monday announced that the school system will launch a COVID-19 data page for the 2021-2022 academic year. The page goes live Tuesday.
The Supreme Court of Virginia on Monday rejected a Loudoun County Public Schools appeal challenging a circuit court judge’s decision to reinstate a teacher who was suspended after remarks made during a May school board meeting, according to court records.
Loudoun County Public Schools announced Aug.27 that it would require all of its employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and submit proof of vaccination by November 1.
Kelsey Hazzard, an art teacher at Stone Hill Middle School in Ashburn, had an idea last spring for a public-private partnership which would bring her student’s artwork to a local business.
As the new school year begins, Loudoun County Public Schools is facing a severe short-age of bus drivers, leaving dozens of routes without an assigned driver, according to Scott Davies, director of transportation for LCPS.
When Dominion High School senior Lily Egenrieder launched her high school’s branch of the So Positive Initiative Club last year, she did so because she was inspired to find ways to give back to the community.
As the sun rose over Leesburg Executive Airport Saturday, 17-year-old Cannon Gill slides a box of school supplies into the rear compartment of the Grumman Tiger airplane he’s borrowing.
Gov. Ralph Northam’s (D) office announced on Thursday that Loudoun County Public Schools would be receiving money to purchase six new electric buses funded by a settlement with Volkswagen and aims to reduce carbon emissions in the Commonwealth.
Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) attorneys are seeking to amend a lawsuit against Loudoun County Public Schools, asking the court to immediately suspend a newly adopted policy that addresses the treatment and common issues pertaining to transgender students in elementary and secondary school…