100WomenStrong accepting letters of intent for 2018 grant funding

Loudoun County’s 100WomenStrong, a philanthropic group that has donated more than $1.3 million to organizations focused on shelter, health, hunger and education, is accepting letters of intent from nonprofits requesting grant funding for 2018.

Loudoun Education Foundation Golf Tournament raises $110K

The Loudoun Education Foundation (LEF) Golf Classic raised a record $110,000 Oct. 2.

NOVA to host county STEM day

The Northern Virginia Community College Loudoun Campus will join a national effort to encourage student participation in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields with a STEM day Sept. 30.

Academies of Loudoun opens admissions process

The Academies of Loudoun admissions window is now open for fall 2018 admissions through the Academies’ website.

Giant, Rotary Club in Ashburn launch backpack and school supply drive

The Giant and Rotary Club of Ashburn are setting out to support 1,000 children in Loudoun and Fairfax counties whose families lack the financial resources to provide their children with necessary basic school supplies.

Loudoun County Public Schools taps two new assistant superintendents

The Loudoun County School Board on Tuesday night appointed two new assistant superintendents.

Loudoun Cares launches ‘Be a Champion’ campaign

Loudoun Cares, the county “umbrella” volunteer organization linking nonprofits to those in need, recently launched its new “Be a Champion” fundraising campaign to support an array of programs.

Middleburg Academy teacher to make Jeopardy appearance

Middleburg Academy will be hosting a viewing party during which Middleburg Academy students, faculty, friends and family will join Sevilla to watch his taped appearance on the show.

Schools on a two-hour delay Wednesday

Loudoun County Public Schools will operate on a two-hour delay Wednesday, with administrative offices opening on time.

Loudoun School Board seeks names for four new schools

The Loudoun County School Board is seeking name suggestions for four new schools: one elementary school, a middle school and two high schools.