The NAACP Loudoun Branch is pressing for a resolution from the Virginia Office of the Attorney General in its racial discrimination investigation into Loudoun County Public Schools.
The Loudoun County School Board and the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors on Friday issued a formal apology for the past operation of segregated schools in the county.
On behalf of the Loudoun County School Board, Chairwoman Brenda Sheridan (Sterling District) penned a letter Saturday to the Fairfax County School Board expressing concern with potential changes to the admissions process at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology.
Loudoun County Public Schools may do away with numerical class rank in the next few years in favor of the percentile-based Latin honors system, according to Loudoun County School Board documents.
During its Tuesday meeting, the Loudoun County School Board directed staff to prepare to initiate part-time in-person learning for Loudoun County Public Schools students in grades K-2 on Oct. 27.
Dozens of cars blared their alarms for nearly an hour outside the Loudoun County Public Schools administration building Tuesday afternoon as part of a “Honk for Back-to-School” protest demanding immediate, more specific plans for returning students to in-person learning.
“The Land of Music,” a new animated children’s show produced by Loudoun-based arts therapy nonprofit A Place To Be, launched on the organization’s YouTube channel this week.
As a way to raise awareness for its programs to support teens and mental health, the Ryan Bartel Foundation will host the Fifth Annual 5K Color Run virtually this year.
Loudoun County Public Schools students in grades K-2 may begin part-time in-person learning as early as Oct. 27, according to Loudoun County School Board documents.
The nonprofit All Ages Read Together, which provides free preschool programs to underserved 4- and 5-year-olds in Loudoun and Fairfax counties, has begun holding outdoor classes in local parks and other recreational spaces, representatives announced Sept. 18.
One would be putting it mildly to say the COVID-19 health crisis caught Loudoun County Public Schools — and most school systems around the country — off guard.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted 6-3 Tuesday to send $12 million from the second round of federal CARES Act coronavirus relief funding to the school system.
Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent Eric Williams in an email to families on the first Friday of the school year condemned instances of racially charged or sexually inappropriate communications that occurred during the school system’s first week of classes.
Instead of Columbus Day, Loudoun County Public Schools will now celebrate the second Monday of October as Indigenous Peoples’ Day, per a Loudoun County School Board vote Tuesday evening.
Last week, a group listed as “Concerned Parents of Loudoun County” mailed a postcard to a number of Loudoun County Public Schools families decrying the school system’s recent partnership with Teaching Tolerance, a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
With Loudoun County Public Schools returning to classes with 100 percent distance learning this year, teachers and other employees are tasked with the unique challenge of providing their students with top-notch education while connected by only a screen. Special education teacher Sylvia Glas…
Loudoun County Public Schools will have a county-wide return to classes Sept. 8, concluding a summer filled with deliberation over how to approach the new semester in the shadow of the COVID-19 health crisis. Here’s a list of back-to-school facts and details to keep in mind.