Middleburg Charter keeps its principal
Fri., Dec. 19 | 04:37 PM - Middleburg Community Charter School Principal Barbara Smith will get a conditional administration license to stay in her role with the school.
Supervisors recommend fixes for LCPS self-insurance fund deficit
Fri., Dec. 19 | 12:15 PM - Loudoun's Board of Supervisors has recommended using money from the general funds to decrease the deficit in Loudoun County Public School's self-insurance fund.
Communication breakdown: Lockdown at LCHS spurs discussion on info protocol in schools
Loudoun County High School Principal Michelle Luttrell talked to parents outside the school after the lockdown was lifted. She assured them they could take their children home and that everyone was safe. Anna Harris/Times-Mirror
Wed., Dec. 17 | 12:15 PM - For some concerned parents, communication during the emergency lockdown at Loudoun County High School stirred confusion.
LCPS welcomes new director of transportation
Tue., Dec. 16 | 12:27 PM - The new director of the Department of Transportation for Loudoun County Public Schools is in town.
Fairfax Christian School approved by county
Fri., Dec. 12 | 06:38 PM - Fairfax Christian School will be moving from its location in Vienna to Pacific Avenue near Dulles International Airport.
Stray deer wander into Loudoun Valley High School
Fri., Dec. 12 | 11:00 AM - Three stray deer found their way into Loudoun Valley High School in Purcellville at approximately 7 a.m.
Superintendent’s Bring Your Own Tech program plans unveiled
Thu., Dec. 11 | 08:37 PM - Superintendent Eric Williams has shared his vision for a hybrid Bring Your Own Technology program in Loudoun County Public Schools.
LCPS Excellence in Education Banquet honors high school seniors
Loudoun Valley High School senior Sean Bill brushes dust from fellow honoree Loudoun Valley senior Arslan Aziz’s shirt as they wait for their school’s turn to receive their awards. Times-Mirror/Anna Harris
Thu., Dec. 11 | 05:46 PM - Educators, parents and students gathered Dec. 7 to honor high school seniors from Loudoun County high schools exhibiting high-levels of achievement at the 32nd Annual Excellence in Education Banquet.
Virginia receives $17.5 million grant to expand preschool
Thu., Dec. 11 | 03:51 PM - Five other states received grants for preschool development.
LCPS prepares for budget season with approved CIP, CAPP
Wed., Dec. 10 | 05:49 PM - Roughly $480 million is projected by Loudoun County Public School staff to be invested in projects for LCPS, according to the Capital Improvement Program passed at the Dec. 9 School Board meeting.
Loudoun attorney says LCPS in violation of First Amendment
Grace Bible Church holds its Sunday service at Harmony Middle School in Hamilton. The church is one of 33 religious groups in the county using Loudoun public schools for its weekly service.Courtesy photo/John Flannery
Wed., Dec. 10 | 08:00 AM - A prominent civil liberties attorney and constitutional lawyer has questioned whether public schools hosting religious worship services violates the separation of church and state outlined in the First Amendment.
Victim advocates fear impact of Rolling Stone’s apology
Tue., Dec. 9 | 10:59 AM - Advocates for sexual-assault victims say Rolling Stone's backpedaling from an explosive account of a gang rape at the University of Virginia doesn't change the fact that rape is a problem on college campuses and must be confronted.
MCCS looks for bus funding efficiency
Mon., Dec. 8 | 07:53 PM - Middleburg Charter School is trying to find ways to better use of its budget funds for transportation.
Workforce readiness online courses launch announced
Mon., Dec. 8 | 05:52 PM - Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced the launch of five work readiness online courses Dec. 5.
Certification fail: VDOE denies MCCS principal state license
MCCS is the first charter in Loudoun. LCPS board members admit they knew setting out there would be bumps in the road. File photo
Mon., Dec. 8 | 04:30 PM - The Virginia Department of Education has denied Middleburg Community Charter School's principal, Dr. Barbara Smith, licensing for her to teach and administrate as a principal in the state.