Loudoun public schools closed for high winds

Loudoun County Public Schools will be closed Friday due to the weather.

Loudoun Office of Special Education, partners to hold meeting on seclusion practices

The Loudoun County Public Schools Office of Special Education, Parent Resource Services and the Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) invite parents of students with disabilities for a seminar on the school system’s use of restraints and seclusio…

Update: Loudoun schools closed Wednesday

Loudoun County Public School officials have upgraded the previous delay to a full closure because of the weather. Administrative offices will open at 10 a.m.

Loudoun County Public Schools closed Monday

Loudoun County Public Schools are closed Monday.

LCPS to host anxiety coping seminar Thursday

In the latest installment of the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Department of Pupil Services Mental Health and Wellness Parent Seminar Series, parents will have the opportunity to learn about anxiety and how to better help students with anxiety.

Regional orchestra featuring Loudoun students to perform Saturday

Loudoun’s top middle and high school orchestra students will join musicians from the Fauquier, Manassas, Prince William, Stafford and Spotsylvania school divisions to perform at the North Central Virginia Regional Orchestra.

Loudoun County schools closed Tuesday

All activities using Loudoun County schools are canceled. Administrative offices will be closed. Tuesday’s School Board meeting is also postponed.

Loudoun School Board approves contract for new $50M school in Dulles

The Loudoun County School Board tonight gave the go-ahead for the multi-million dollar construction of MS-7, a new middle school in the Dulles South area.

C.S. Monroe students qualify for national culinary arts competition

Student teams from C.S. Monroe Technology Center placed first and third at the 2016 Virginia ProStart Student Invitational in culinary arts and restaurant management.

Parents petition Loudoun School Board to cancel classes for primaries

Because Virginia’s presidential primary election on March 1 is expected to draw out the biggest voter turn out of any other primary in recent history, the Loudoun County Public School Board voted to delay school by two hours. But some Loudoun parents say that isn’t enough.