With school having been virtual for nearly a year, the theatre program at Leesburg’s Heritage High School was forced to navigate a slew of obstacles in order to make this year’s spring production a reality.
After Gov. Ralph Northam’s (D) Executive Order 72 failed to identify cheerleading, marching band, dance teams and other organizations as allowable school activities during the COVID-19 health crisis, the Loudoun County School Board during its Tuesday meeting voted unanimously to request thes…
Due to ongoing inclement weather, Loudoun County Public Schools will close all facilities and has canceled all distance-learning and hybrid classes for Friday, Feb. 19, according to school system officials.
(AP) — Loudoun County Public Schools has agreed to a series of reforms following an investigation by the Virginia Attorney General’s Office into racial discrimination in the admissions policies at an elite magnet school.
With wintry weather expected to hit the area, Loudoun County Public Schools will close all facilities and has canceled all distance-learning and hybrid classes for Thursday, Feb. 18, according to school system officials.
The saying goes, “Not all heroes wear capes.” But as Loudoun County Public Schools approached its reimplementation of hybrid in-person learning on Tuesday, Chris Knott, principal of Creighton’s Corner Elementary School in Ashburn, thought to himself: Why not?
Following its impending renovation, the Douglass School in Leesburg will, as currently planned, provide space for several local education organizations as well as the display of historical artifacts.
The effect of COVID-19 on students' grades, spectator limits at athletic events and what lies ahead for the return to classrooms were among the topics covered during the Loudoun County School Board's Tuesday meeting.
Virginia lawmakers killed a proposal that would allow some special education students another year of instruction because of the struggles of virtual learning caused by COVID-19.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors had a gauntlet of questions and concerns prepared when the Loudoun County School Board presented its $1.493 billion adopted fiscal 2022 budget in a semi-virtual joint meeting Monday night.
Since Loudoun County Public Schools began administering the Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines to employees on Jan. 15, 10,500 have received their first dose as of Feb. 5, officials said Monday.
In a Friday morning press conference, Gov. Ralph Northam (D) announced that he has directed all Virginia public school district superintendents to make in-person learning options available by March 15.
Loudoun County Public Schools is set to operate on an adopted budget of $1.493 billion in fiscal 2022 after the Loudoun County School Board trimmed roughly $4.584 million from the superintendent’s proposed budget on Tuesday.
After two months of virtual classes across the board, Loudoun County Public Schools will resume the implementation of its hybrid in-person learning model no later than Feb. 16, with all grade levels set to be back in the classroom part-time by March 3.
Loudoun County Public Schools will remain entirely closed Tuesday amid the ongoing winter storm, though the Loudoun County School Board meeting scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday will go on as scheduled, according to officials.
Due to inclement weather, all Loudoun County Public Schools distance-learning classes are canceled Monday, as well as administrative offices, food pickup and deliveries, and employee vaccinations.
Scott Ziegler, former assistant superintendent for Human Resources and Talent Development for Loudoun County Public Schools, took over as interim superintendent at the start of January, shortly before the departure of former Superintendent Eric Williams.
Thanks to a $30,000 grant from Google, in collaboration with the Commonwealth Learning Partnership and the Loudoun Education Foundation, Loudoun County Public Schools will implement a training program this spring to help educators more effectively engage students in virtual learning environments.
Having so far administered thousands of COVID-19 vaccinations to employees and with updated coronavirus-related guidance from the Virginia Department of Education, the Loudoun County School Board on Tuesday discussed the possibility of initiating part-time in-person learning for all grade le…
Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates, an education consulting firm in Schaumburg, Illinois, has been selected to lead a national search for Loudoun County Public Schools’ next permanent superintendent, officials announced Wednesday.
Two student journalists from Sterling’s Dominion High School, senior Kevin Myers and 2020 graduate Morgan Fischer, landed on a PBS NewsHour list of 20 up-and-coming storytellers under 20 years old, according to Loudoun County Public Schools.
The Loudoun County School Board voted Jan. 14 to incorporate the words “gender expression” into Loudoun County Public Schools policy, the latest in a recent series of changes to school system regulations seeking to enhance equity for students and staff who are part of the LGBT community.
In November 2020, Reston-based Milestone Communications proposed the installation of a 140-foot-tall telecommunications facility next to Rock Ridge High School’s football stadium in Ashburn, a move that the Loudoun County School Board is scheduled to approve Jan. 26.
The Loudoun County School Board voted Tuesday to use a “risk matrix” as a more comprehensive means of deciding how to safely provide part-time in-person learning for students — that is, once local coronavirus spread significantly subsides.
Loudoun County Public Schools Interim Superintendent Scott Ziegler presented the school system’s $1.497 billion proposed fiscal year 2022 budget to the Loudoun County School Board during a virtual meeting Thursday night.