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The Official Loudoun County Public Schools LCPS has educated Loudoun's children since 1870. During the 2017-2018 school year we will educate more than 80,000 students in 90 schools.
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LCPS Receives $200,000 Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Grant
08/31/2018
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LCPS Receives $200,000 Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Grant

The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation has awarded Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) a $200,000 Academic Enrichment Grant to support and expand the Edge Academy program.

A 2-Wheeled Playground Equipment Donation
08/31/2018
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A 2-Wheeled Playground Equipment Donation

It isn’t every day that roaring motorcycles drive around the bus loop of a school, and it isn’t every day that the riders of those motorcycles arrive to a throng of cheering students.

Potomac Falls Swimmer Earns All-America Honors
08/30/2018
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Potomac Falls Swimmer Earns All-America Honors

Janika Perezous, a sophomore at Potomac Falls High School, has been recognized as an All-America swimmer by the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association (NISCA) for her performance in the 100-yard backstroke during the 2017-18 school year.

Lockheed Martin Gives Freedom Workforce Analysis
08/29/2018
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Lockheed Martin Gives Freedom Workforce Analysis

It shared some of that knowledge with the faculty of Freedom High School during a first-of-its-kind workshop held on Friday, August 17th, at the company’s Herndon location.

FLE Curriculum Preview Underway
08/28/2018
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FLE Curriculum Preview Underway

The annual Family Life Education (FLE) preview will take place today through Friday, August 31st, at the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Administrative Offices, 21000 Education Court, Ashburn.

LEF Golf Classic October 1st
08/27/2018
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LEF Golf Classic October 1st

The money raised stays entirely in the local community, supporting teacher grants, STEM education and teacher professional development. LEF’s mission is to help teachers and students make Loudoun County Public Schools the best school division in America.

08/27/2018
Welcome Back LCPS Students!

Welcome Back LCPS Students!

Loudoun County Public Schools welcomes teachers, parents and students back to a new school year!

Governor’s Flag Order for the Commonwealth of Virginia:This is to order that the flag of the Commonwealth of Virginia ...
08/27/2018

Governor’s Flag Order for the Commonwealth of Virginia:
This is to order that the flag of the Commonwealth of Virginia is to be flown at half-staff over the state Capitol and all local, state, and federal buildings and grounds in the Commonwealth of Virginia in respect and memory of U.S. Senator John Sidney McCain III.

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year.Diana Ramirez has joined the fac...
08/27/2018

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year.
Diana Ramirez has joined the faculty of Briar Woods High School. A native of Colombia, Ramirez “absolutely loves soccer” and animals. She has four dogs and two cats. Ramirez says LCPS is the perfect environment to “be able to make a difference in the way children see and learn other cultures.” Her eighth-grade math teacher influenced her decision to become an educator. “My math teacher… made a difference in the way I saw and learned math by taking the time to customize my learning experience so that I would understand the concepts. I want to do the same for other students.” #WelcomehomeLCPS #Thankateacher

State of Education Breakfast September 5th
08/24/2018
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State of Education Breakfast September 5th

Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Superintendent Dr. Eric Williams and George Mason University Vice President for Academic Innovation & New Ventures Dr. Michelle Marks will be the featured speakers at the annual “State of Innovation in Education” at 8 a.m., Wednesday, September 5th.

3rd Round of LCPS-TV Graduation Videos
08/24/2018
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3rd Round of LCPS-TV Graduation Videos

These will be broadcast on Comcast XFINITY Channel 18 and Verizon FIOS Channel 43 and streamed on the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) website, www.lcps.org, under the LCPS-TV/Webcast tab under Quick Links.

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year. Lauren Schubert will be a membe...
08/24/2018

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year. Lauren Schubert will be a member of the inaugural staff at Goshen Post Elementary. As a student, Schubert grew up in the shadow of Mount Rushmore in South Dakota. Schubert is most excited about engaging her students in project-based learning (PBL). “I love that. With PBL, students creatively demonstrate their knowledge as all of their work will be unique to their personal experiences. I am looking forward to the challenges and excitement that will come along with PBL in the classroom this year.” Schubert credits her third grade teacher, Miss Cammack, with inspiring her to become a teacher. “Miss Cammack was one of the few teachers that always tried to make everything exciting and relevant in class, while also making sure each student felt important and loved. To this day, some of my fondest school memories are from her third-grade classroom. I decided to become a teacher so I could ensure that other students would have schooling experiences as positive as mine were in Miss Cammack’s third-grade class.” #WelcomehomeLCPS #Thankateacher

Sacco Has a Recipe for Success
08/23/2018
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Sacco Has a Recipe for Success

“I make a mean chocolate-chip cookie. I also make a brown-sugar cookie that will knock your socks off.” (The secret to the brown-sugar cookie is to melt the butter before putting in the batter.)

LCPS Maintains Overall High Achievement on SOLs with Areas for Growth
08/23/2018
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LCPS Maintains Overall High Achievement on SOLs with Areas for Growth

Reports released by the Virginia Department of Education on Wednesday, August 22nd, show strong performance by Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) students in all subjects assessed by the 2018 Standards of Learning (SOL) tests. Pass rates for Loudoun County Public Schools students met or exceeded t...

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year. Brandon Filsinger is the new se...
08/23/2018

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year. Brandon Filsinger is the new seventh-grade dean at Simpson Middle School. Filsinger’s six years in the United States Marine Corps are sure to shape how he approaches his work. Filsinger’s wife began her career in education while he was a Marine. She encouraged him to become an educator after leaving the Corps. “Seeing her joy and love of teaching and the difference she made with students inspired me to join her on this journey,” Filsinger said. “I am excited about working with an entire grade level of students and having the opportunity to see those students grow as I stay with them through their middle school years, helping them prepare for high school and beyond.”
#WelcomehomeLCPS #Thankateacher

Textoris Knows the Road to Lovettsville
08/22/2018
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Textoris Knows the Road to Lovettsville

And the roads she’s travelled often led to Lovettsville, where she is now the principal of Lovettsville Elementary. “I’m a big road-bike rider, so I spend a lot of my time on the weekends on my road bike and this has always been one of my stops. I didn’t step foot in the school until the ver...

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year. Anthony Vargas joins the facult...
08/21/2018

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year.
Anthony Vargas joins the faculty of Farmwell Station Middle School as a gifted education teacher. “I love challenging students to help them realize their full potential, and this position will give me many opportunities to help students reach their personal best,” Vargas said. Vargas notes that he did not have the easiest time growing up in school and struggled early on. He had one important teacher who mentored him and inspired him to become a teacher. Vargas continues to enjoy challenges, including eating food that is spicy enough to bring tears or make your mouth burn. #WelcomehomeLCPS #Thankateacher

School Starts August 23rd for 83,105 Students
08/21/2018
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School Starts August 23rd for 83,105 Students

Loudoun County’s 92 public schools will open on Thursday, August 23rd, welcoming an estimated 83,105 students for the 2018-19 school year. Students will begin school prior to the Labor Day holiday. The last day of school will be Friday, June 7th.

Flynn Ready to Meet Expectations
08/21/2018
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Flynn Ready to Meet Expectations

“It’s a community that it’s an honor to work with because they’re not afraid of excellence. They know… what it takes to go from being good to great and they’re not afraid of the commitment to excellence. They have high expectations that encourage us to ‘bring it’ every day and match ...

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year. Michael Slobodnjak will be join...
08/20/2018

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year.
Michael Slobodnjak will be joining the inaugural faculty of Willard Intermediate as a Spanish teacher. He had great preparation for this assignment by attending Guilford Elementary, Forest Grove Elementary, Sterling Middle School and Park View High School. Slobodnjak credits rich learning experiences and caring staff for his decision to become an educator. “While attending Park View, two invaluable programs and teachers led me to pursue a career in education: the Virginia Governor’s Academy for Foreign Language and the P.E.E.R. Mentor Program. After participating in both, with the guidance of Senora Leiva-Moore and Mrs. Brady, I was inspired to share the importance of language and communication as an educator. With their mentorship as an example, I hope to instill a similar passion for the Spanish language in my students.” As a Spanish student in college, Slobodnjak spent a semester abroad in Spain, where, much to his parents’ chagrin, he went cliff diving. #WelcomehomeLCPS #Thankateacher

Dominion’s Fischer Earns PBS Fellowship
08/20/2018
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Dominion’s Fischer Earns PBS Fellowship

Fischer spent the last week of June in an intense program in the Washington, D.C., area sharpening her journalism, camera and editing skills. This included working with three other students to film and produce a news segment that week.

Simpson Reaches Out to Its Community
08/20/2018
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Simpson Reaches Out to Its Community

More than 30 Simpson staff barbecued, handed out school supplies and ran more than 20 games for the children attending the event. The evening was organized by teachers Derrick Jackson, Sarah Wence, Victoria Curtis-Meyding and Stacey Carbone.

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year. A native of Hawaii, Tammy Stoy ...
08/17/2018

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year. A native of Hawaii, Tammy Stoy brings an interest in diversity to Heritage High School, where she will teach English language learners. Stoy loves food from around the world—Puerto Rico, Thailand, Hawaii, the Mediterranean and the Middle East. She looks forward to welcoming international students to the Loudoun County community. “I love seeing students’ progress in language learning and helping them adjust to American culture,” Stoy said. Stoy’s mother was her inspiration for entering the teaching profession. “She was an amazing teacher and encourager. She has modeled great teaching my entire life.” #WelcomehomeLCPS #Thankateacher

Making a Building That Flexibly Fits Learning
08/17/2018
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Making a Building That Flexibly Fits Learning

Those are the words of Dr. Tinell Priddy, principal of the Academies of Loudoun, which opened for the 2018-19 school year. The new school houses the Loudoun Academy of Science, the Academy of Engineering and Technology and the Monroe Advanced Technology Academy. Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS)....

2nd Round of LCPS-TV Graduation Videos
08/17/2018
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2nd Round of LCPS-TV Graduation Videos

These will be broadcast on Comcast XFINITY Channel 18 and Verizon FIOS Channel 43 and streamed on the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) website, www.lcps.org, under the LCPS-TV/Webcast tab under Quick Links.

In an effort to be environmentally friendly and save printing expenses, the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) 2017-20...
08/16/2018
2017-2018 LCPS Annual Report

In an effort to be environmentally friendly and save printing expenses, the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) 2017-2018 Annual Report, “The Report Card,” is being distributed online this year with a limited number of print copies being distributed to LCPS schools and civic organizations.

“The Report Card” can be read online like a book through the use of ISSUU software. To check out “The Report Card,” click www.lcps.org/SY18LCPSAnnualReport .

Report Card on Loudoun County Public Schools for the 2017-2018 School Year.

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year. Bria Washington returns to her ...
08/16/2018

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year. Bria Washington returns to her hometown of South Riding to teach at Liberty Elementary during the 2018-2019 school year. Washington attended Little River Elementary, Mercer Middle School and Freedom High School. After growing up in South Riding, she says “it feels full circle” to begin her teaching career there. She said it was her teachers at Little River who inspired her to become an educator. “I had amazing teachers…that instilled a love of learning in me all while cheering me on. Early on, I knew that I wanted to be the type of teacher I’d been lucky enough to have so that I could inspire my own students one day.” Washington’s class is sure to be magical. She’s visited Disney World 15 times! #WelcomehomeLCPS #Thankateacher

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year.  Moriah Rush will be teaching f...
08/15/2018

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new teachers for the 2018-19 school year. Moriah Rush will be teaching fourth grade at Creighton’s Corner Elementary for the 2018-2019 school year. She says she is proud to teach in LCPS because of the community’s diversity. “I am most excited about the cultural diversity in Loudoun County and the opportunities for teaching and learning created by so much diversity. I feel that diversity creates an environment that is rich for learning and provides an atmosphere that helps students understand how every person (no matter their background) is important to the community.” Rush enjoys reading books about neuroscience. “I love discovering how the brain functions and how that impacts learning and behavior.” Rush pays tribute to three special educators in her past who sparked her passion and love of teaching. Mrs. Beth Dirting, Rush’s second grade teacher, “was bubbly, enthusiastic and made learning fun.” At the secondary level, Mrs. Tara Lawson Mason and Mr. Richard Shockey “helped me persevere when things in my life were difficult.” #WelcomehomeLCPS #Thankateacher

Backpack Buddies Foundation Donates $51,395 to LEF
08/15/2018
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Backpack Buddies Foundation Donates $51,395 to LEF

The Backpack Buddies Foundation of Loudoun recently donated $51,395 to the Loudoun Education Foundation (LEF)–Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Backpack Coalition.

LCPS Ensuring Equitable Digital Access
08/15/2018
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LCPS Ensuring Equitable Digital Access

Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) has taken steps to ensure all students have equitable access to a robust digital learning environment that develops knowledgeable critical thinkers, communicators, collaborators, creators and contributors.

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new educators for the 2018-19 school year. Patrick Weaver joins the facul...
08/14/2018

Loudoun County Public Schools is welcoming its new educators for the 2018-19 school year.
Patrick Weaver joins the faculty of Woodgrove High School for the 2018-2019 school year as a school counselor. Weaver has been living in Loudoun County for the past four years, but working in a neighboring school division. He says he’s excited to work in the county where he lives. Weaver’s educational journey took him around the world before settling in Loudoun County. He taught fifth grade in the Dominican Republic and college in the Kurdish region of Iraq. He said he was inspired to become a school counselor by observing the school counselor with whom he worked in the Dominican Republic. Weaver said this counselor “worked selflessly in helping the students become successful” and that “his deep care for the students was evident.” #WelcomehomeLCPS #Thankateacher

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