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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.

The state Board of Education has recognized 235 schools for high student achievement or continuous improvement under the board’s new exemplar performance school recognition program.

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Five students from Loudoun County have been awarded college-sponsored scholarships in the National Merit Scholarship program.

The scholarships are awarded to 2019 National Merit Finalists and range between $500 and $2,000. More than 3,500 students across the nation have received these awards from 173 different institutions of higher learning.

The honored students are:

• Prabhat Adusumalli, Thomas Jefferson High School
• Caroline Kaplan, Broad Run High School
• Anna Thamasett, Thomas Jefferson High School
• Thomas Nazzaro, Heritage High School
• Devon Casey, Dominion High School

Loudoun County School Nutrition Services

Help us spread the word!! We have additional #PowerFUEL summer meal sites opening in 2 weeks! Any child 18 and under can enjoy a meal for FREE! No registration is required, just stop by and fuel up!

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Blue Ridge Middle School’s seventh- and eighth-grade National Science League Team ranked first in the national competition.

Eighth-grader Aaron Apfeldorf was the highest-scoring student across the nation.

The National Science League test, which consists of 40 (sixth grade) and 50 (seventh and eighth grade) general-science, multiple-choice questions is based on factual knowledge as well as students’ understanding of the scientific processes. The test is open to all students and is administered in April of each school year.

The top 10 individual scores in each school represent the school’s team score. This year, approximately 35 schools from around the country participated in the competition.

Members of the Blue Ridge team include:

Sixth Grade

Rebecca Alvarez
David Bailey
Izabella Hortega
Meredith Kula
Ted Lantow
Daniel Leskiv
Mircea Nemes
Marie Pyhtila
Maxwell Riley
Jake Roberson

Seventh & Eighth Grade

Aaron Apfeldorf
Sean Baxter
Griff Boehnlein
Edwin Kyle
William McFadden
Jacob Morroni
Logan Moseley
Sara Stanley
Jack Thornton
Ellie Vest
Matthew Weisse
Amy Wood

The 2019-2020 School Board Student Representatives completed their training to serve for the upcoming school year on June 12th.

School Board Chair Jeff Morse (Dulles District) and Vice Chair Brenda Sheridan (Sterling District) conducted the orientation. Morse and Sheridan took the students on a tour of the Loudoun County Public Schools Administrative Offices in Ashburn, reviewed protocol for participating in public meetings and allowed the students to sit on the dais and practice using the microphones.

Student Representatives for 2019-2020 are:

• Sunya Qamar, Briar Woods High School
• Catherine Lynch, Broad Run High School
• Kaylie Halsey, John Champe High School
• Evelyn Campos-Nunez, Dominion High School
• Austin Roberts, Freedom High School
• Alexander Luong, Heritage High School
• Ainsley Hathaway, Independence High School
• Oliver Olsen, Loudoun County High School
• Naomi Fraser, Loudoun Valley High School
• Matthew Chesnutt, Park View High School
• Lilliana Quinones, Potomac Falls High School
• Alexis Legan, Riverside High School
• Jacob Conway, Rock Ridge High School
• Aili Hou, Stone Bridge High School
• Jackson Mattingley, Tuscarora High School
• Benjamin Alter, Woodgrove High School

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Stone Hill Teams Advance in TSA

lcps.org Two teams of students from Stone Hill Middle School will advance to the National Technology Student Association (TSA) competition June 28-July 2 at the Gaylord Convention Center in National Harbor.

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Bennett Accepted to Supreme Court Summer Institute

lcps.org Alex Bennett, a social sciences teacher at Woodgrove High School, will travel to Washington, D.C. this June to attend the prestigious Supreme Court Summer Institute.

Potowmack Elementary School Water Project

Potowmack Elementary School Water Project

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Proud Patriot Delivers Valedictory

lcps.org “When I came to U.S. 12 years ago, I never imagined transforming from the quiet ESL student I was to the valedictorian of my high school class. I share that serious feeling of accomplishment with the students of Park View.”

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Woodgrove Graduates Learn Failure Not a Permanent Condition

lcps.org School Resource Officer Sean McCartan continued his tradition of leading the graduates across the campus with a bagpipe processional.

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Vikings Asked to Embrace Challenge Of Adversity

lcps.org The gloomy weather didn’t dampen the spirits of the 335 graduates, faculty, guests, family and friends as they responded enthusiastically and loudly as the graduates entered the gymnasium.

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A Blustery Tuscarora Graduation

lcps.org Principal Pamela Croft led the procession of faculty and students across the football field.  Members of the Tuscarora High School choir performed the National Anthem and “New Beginnings.”

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John Champe Graduates Told the Power of Purpose

lcps.org “Your purpose will keep you when everything around you seems to fail. Your purpose will take you places and connect you to people. Your purpose will help you make a change in this world. And it just might help you get a little ‘change’ from this world in the process.

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Riverside Graduates 1st Four-Year Rams

lcps.org “We will all come to crossroads in our life, as we follow the characters’ journey, each page shows us a new choice… Each of these directions represents important decisions we have tackled.”

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Potomac Falls Graduates Learn About the Things We Love

lcps.org “Things we love keep us up at night,” he continued. “I loved him with my well-being on my mind. We often miss what others go through.

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A Very Traditional Graduation at Loudoun County

lcps.org “I am honored to be recognized as salutatorian today, carrying on the legacy set by both of my brothers before me.  None of us could ever quite make it to that number one spot.  I will also be attending the University of Virginia to study engineering, just like both of my bothers did.  It almos...

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Rock Ridge Celebrates 497 Phoenix Rising

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Pride’s Prosser Gives Grads Parting Perspective

lcps.org Prosser was passing on the advice the Ancient One gave to Dr. Strange, in the Marvel movie series. “This is probably the most important advice I can give you, so please heed it.

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Dominion Celebrates 15th Graduation

lcps.org The welcome was delivered by seniors Jessica Blevins, Marie Knight and Marieska Luzada. The students highlighted the accomplishments of the Dominion Class of 2019, including 61 recipients of the Virginia Seal of Bi-Literacy, $1.8 million in scholarships, a Virginia Music Educators’ Association Blu...

The graduates' thoughts at Park View's graduation.

Head of the Class Part V, Park View High School

The Briar Woods Class of 2019 expressed themselves.

Briar Woods High School Head of the Class Part IV

Briar Woods High School Head of the Class Part IV

Briar Woods High School Head of the Class Part IV

Some sentiments expressed by the graduates of Rock Ridge High School on Monday.

Rock Ridge Head of the Class Part III

Rock Ridge Head of the Class Part III

Rock Ridge Head of the Class Part III

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Diversity of Circumstances Celebrated at Broad Run Graduation

lcps.org “Among us are national and international DECA winners, state champions in wrestling, swim and cheer. Among us are accomplished artists and published writers, critical thinkers and free spirits. But there are also those of us, maybe the same people, that had to grow up a little bit quicker than the...

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All-Region 4C Boys’ Soccer Team

lcps.org Park View High School’s Elton Quintanilla is the Region 4C Boys’ Soccer Player of the Year through a vote of the region’s coaches. The Patriots’ Arturo Jimenez was named Coach of the Year.

Stone Hill Middle School’s teams have continued their tradition of excellence at the state Math League contest.

The school’s eighth-grade team won first place in Virginia for the fourth consecutive year. Team members are Nikhil Pesaladinne, Shashwat Rao, Abhineet Repala, Sameer Gabbita and Vishal Kotha. Nikhil Pesaladinne earned a perfect score on the test.

The school’s seventh-grade team won first place in Virginia for the third consecutive year. Team members are Arun Jannupreddy, Akhil Gogineni, Krish Kanwar, Naisha Patel and Sathvik Redrouthu.

The sixth-grade team finished second in the state after winning first place in the region. Team members are Rohan Matta, Avni Garg, Soham Jain, Dhruv Vemuri and Samvrit Rao. Rohan Matta won the individual first-place award.

The teams are coached by Richard Wurst.

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A Parting Lesson from Mr. Linder

lcps.org “Look at the person who is talking to you directly in the eye. Listen to them speak. Atticus Finch in ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ says ‘You never really understand a person until you consider things from their point of view; until you climb into their skin and walk around in it.’ You can’t d...

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Freedom Graduates Told They Will Change Lives

lcps.org “You are a generation of do-gooders and activists. You will change the world, one person at a time. Your command and demand for technology will change lives.”

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Messages graduates sent during Broad Run's commencement.

Messages graduates sent during Broad Run's commencement.

Messages graduates sent during Broad Run's commencement.

Head of the class: Some student messages from the Freedom High School graduation.

Some student messages from the Freedom High School graduation.

Some student messages from the Freedom High School graduation.

Some student messages from the Freedom High School graduation.

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All-Region 4C Girls’ Soccer Team

lcps.org Sydney Schnell of Loudoun County High School has been named the All-Region 4C Girls’ Soccer Player of the Year through a vote of the region’s coaches. Olivia Mackey of Loudoun County High School was named Coach of the Year.

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Youth Net | Loudoun County, VA - Official Website

Loudoun County wants to hear from you about how to improve youth services and activities to help our youth become more engaged, resourceful and resilient. The county is asking young people, their parents and individuals who interact with youth to take part in a brief survey.

The survey results will help the county as it works to develop high quality, inclusive activities for Loudoun’s youth through a coordinated, community-based effort. The survey will be active through, Sunday, June 30th.

To get more information about Youth Net and to take the survey now, visit loudoun.gov/youthnet

loudoun.gov Youth Net is a group working on developing strategies for improving and/or expanding youth services in Loudoun County.

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Astronaut Visit Highlight of Farmwell’s Space Day

lcps.org That was just one of the insights shared by former astronaut and Navy Capt. Dan Bursch during his remarks at Farmwell Station Middle School’s Space Day on June 4th.

Belmont Station Elementary Principal Lori Mercer told her students she would flip out if they had a great year. On Friday, she made good on her promise.

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All-Region 5C Boys’ Lacrosse Team

lcps.org Senior Dalton Young of John Champe High School was named All-Region 5C Boys’ Lacrosse Player of the Year through a vote of the region’s coaches. Marty Young of Briar Woods High School was named Coach of the Year.

George Mason University’s Schar School of Policy and Government will host a Young Women’s Leadership Program throughout the summer from June through mid-August.

The deadline for applying is Tuesday, June 18th.

Founded and led by former Virginia Congresswoman Barbara Comstock, the Young Women’s Leadership Program is open to middle and high school girls. There is no charge to participate.

Learn more about the program and apply to attend at www.comstockleadership.gmu.edu.

In the six years since its inception, more than 2,000 young women have participated in this non-partisan program that introduces students to female leaders in government, technology, philanthropy and business.

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A Confident CAST Class Graduates

lcps.org These words from CAST graduate Ashley Perkins characterized the level of confidence and independence of all 12 graduates honored at a ceremony held June 4th at the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Administrative Offices in Ashburn.

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AOS Honors 61 Graduates

lcps.org Academies of Loudoun Principal Dr. Tinell Priddy delivered the welcome. She thanked the School Board members present for their support of the new school. She paid tribute to the AOS faculty, calling them “role models of caring.” Priddy also saluted the parents in attendance.

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A Rodeo with a Purpose at Guilford

lcps.org The event was coordinated by Guilford’s physical education teacher, Mark Pankau. Pankau partnered with Janice Jennings of Safe Routes to School and the Loudoun County Public Schools’ (LCPS) Congestion Must Go Campaign in sponsoring the event. The Congestion Must Go Campaign is encouraging famili...

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Tuscarora Celebrates Athletes Next Level

lcps.org Tuscarora High School recently celebrated its student-athletes who will be playing at “The Next Level” with a special ceremony.

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