More than 8,000 Loudoun County Public Schools community members tuned in to a live-streamed town hall meeting hosted by Superintendent Eric Williams Wednesday evening, during which he and other senior division staff answered questions regarding the return to classes in the fall.
Loudoun County Public Schools families will now have until 8 a.m on July 15 to choose whether children will attend classes in the fall through a hybrid or distance-learning model, division officials said Wednesday afternoon.
Of the 6,239 members of the Loudoun County Public Schools’ Class of 2020, 5,467, or 87.6 percent, say they will be attending a two- or four-year college in the fall, according to LCPS officials.
As a way to commemorate Memorial Day at the end of the school year, Mercer Middle School teacher Gina Chaszar gave her students the opportunity to write an essay appreciating those who serve in the U.S. military — and the four-legged friends who offer them physical and emotional assistance w…
During its Monday meeting — which ran an unprecedented nine-plus hours and leaked well into Tuesday morning — the Loudoun County School Board passed a resolution supporting a hybrid learning model for Loudoun County Public Schools’ coming fall semester, should the third phase of the “Forward…
Loudoun County High School’s mascot will no longer be the Raiders, as the Loudoun County School Board unanimously voted early Tuesday in favor of its removal.
With such pressing matters as fall return-to-school plans and the fate of the Loudoun County High School mascot on the agenda, nearly 300 community members felt compelled to sign up for public comment at Monday's Loudoun County School Board meeting.
Someone who attended the Potomac Falls High School in-person graduation ceremony in Sterling Wednesday tested positive for coronavirus prior to attending the event, Loudoun County Public Schools officials announced Friday night.
It was a longer night than usual for the Loudoun County School Board on Tuesday as it continued to deliberate the best course of action for returning to school next year, in accordance with Gov. Ralph Northam's "Forward Virginia" reopening plan.
As of June 25, Loudoun County Public Schools had served more than 1 million free meals since its countywide food distribution program began in March, according to school system officials.
The Loudoun County School Board plans to vote next week on whether to change Loudoun County High School’s mascot from the Raiders, a moniker with Confederate roots.