Loudoun County Public Schools, Ashburn, VA Videos

Videos by Loudoun County Public Schools in Ashburn. LCPS has educated Loudoun's children since 1870. During the 2019-2020 school year we will educate more than 83,000 students in 94 schools.

Online Theatre Instruction

While waiting for the day the curtains can rise again, theatre students across Loudoun County are finding creative ways to share their craft.

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Online Theatre Instruction
While waiting for the day the curtains can rise again, theatre students across Loudoun County are finding creative ways to share their craft.

Virtual Senior Art Show
Museums may be closed, but you can enjoy a virtual gallery walk through this artwork created by members of the Class of 2020.

Where Can I Learn More About Grades?

Cedar Lane Virtual Field Day
Physical education teachers at Cedar Lane Elementary turned to Facebook Live to keep their students active and healthy during the pandemic. They held a virtual field day, socially distanced in a parking lot, and included both their families and principal.

Sources of Strength
Sources of Strength is a mental wellness program designed to surround students with protective factors that build their resilience. LCPS Unified Mental Health Team Staff and peer leaders from our high schools share their sources of strength during this school building closure.

How to Get A Refund of a Fee I Paid?

Deadlines Approaching on Senior Celebrations Wayde Byard, public information officer for Loudoun County Public Schools, has an important message for LCPS seniors. Hello, Class of 2020! Through the years, I have shared a lot of messages with you, and this is one of the most important. Your class has survived hundred-year blizzards, hurricane days, tornado alerts, a wind day, opening more than 20 schools, and now a pandemic. A class that has gone through so much truly deserves a celebration. Your principal recently sent you a message about your Senior Celebration. You also should have received an email from Marching Order, the vendor staging this celebration, through your LCPS email. Please check for this email and provide the photo and documents it's requesting. The deadline for submitting items for the Senior Celebration is fast approaching. While this won’t take the place of your graduation ceremony -- the superintendent has promised live graduations will be held as soon as it is safe -- the Senior Celebration is an important event. We want every member of the Class of 2020 represented. Please help provide a special recognition for a very special class.

Rock Ridge Virtual Concert
Spring concerts may have been canceled due to COVID-19, but Rock Ridge High School Band Director Justin Ratcliff shows us how his musicians have kept playing music through a virtual wind ensemble.

School Nurse Appreciation Day
On National School Nurse Day, LCPS pays tribute to the School Nurses, Health Clinic Specialists and Resource Nurses whose contributions are of paramount importance this year as our school division takes extraordinary precautions to ensure the health of our students and staff during a pandemic.

Online Art Instruction
LCPS art teachers have turned to YouTube to deliver engaging lessons in creativity for their students. Art Specialist Julie Galvin introduces us to three teachers whose innovative instruction is helping students find beauty in everyday objects in their homes.

Teachable Moments with Matt Frye
Former First-Year Teacher of the Year Matt Frye of Stone Hill Middle School reflects on the student interaction he’s missing while school buildings are closed and the meals he’s enjoying while sheltering in place. #TeachableMoment

Community Care with Bill Adkins
Bill Adkins of Little River Elementary has used his time away from school to raise funds in honor of the School Nutrition workers and Transportation employees who have been working to provide meals to families in need. (Bill recorded this footage prior to the CDC’s recommendation about wearing face masks.)

Teachable Moments - The House with Nobody In It
During this #TeachableMoment, LCPS Public Information Officer Wayde Byard reads Joyce Kilmer’s “The House with Nobody in it.”

Teachable Moments with Allison Alison
In this #TeachableMoment, former LCPS Teacher of the Year Allison Alison shares lessons in self-care and mental health during challenging times. Alison is the chair of the Rock Ridge High School Social Science and Global Studies Department.

Teachable Moments with Jessica Bourscheid
Teachable Moment Tuesday: Former First-Year Teacher of the Year Jessica Bourscheid of Waxpool Elementary and her dog, Boomer, offer students advice for coping with staying at home in this #TeachableMoment.

Teachable Moments - Polar Bear, Polar Bear What Do You Hear?
In this #TeachableMoment, LCPS Public Information Officer Wayde Byard reads “Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?” by Bill Martin, Jr.

Teachable Moments with Principal Tim Flynn
Many historians have contended that our nation has not faced a challenge like this pandemic since World War II. In this #TeachableMoment, we see how Stone Bridge High School Principal Tim Flynn is reviving the WWII practice of planting a Victory Garden.

Harmony Middle School: Random Blocks of Kindness Project
The LCPS Community Connections program pairs local businesses with schools to produce projects driven by authentic, challenging problems. Art teachers at Harmony Middle School teamed up with a social media marketing firm and a lumber yard to brighten the Purcellville community with uplifting messages.

Loudoun Valley High and Dominion Valley Construction
Field trips have always been a powerful tool for immersing students in their learning. For this week’s featured video, we accompanied students from Loudoun Valley High School (before the school building closure) on a visit to the Dominion Valley subdivision in Prince William County to learn what it takes to build a house from the ground up.

Teachable Moments with Principal Jennifer Short
LCPS 2019 Principal of the Year Jennifer Short of Sterling Elementary offers tips for students during the school building closure in this #TeachableMoment.

Teachable Moments with Jennifer Rodgers
In this #Teachable Moment, LCPS 2019 Teacher of the Year Jennifer Rodgers joins her colleagues in the Dominion High School Social Science and Global Studies Department to illustrate that they are “The Teachers Who’d Walk 1,000 Miles to Help You Learn Some More.”

LCPS Teacher Parades
Physical distancing is hard! That’s why many LCPS schools held teacher parades through the neighborhoods of their students. Signs of support, smiles from car windows, friendly waves and honking car horns made us all feel a little closer.

Teachable Moments with Kelsey Stiles
In this #TeachableMoment segment, Rolling Ridge third grade teacher Kelsey Stiles offers three tips for thriving during students' days at home while the school buildings are closed.

School-Business Partner Highlight: ManTech
ManTech created a summer internship to help students @LCPS_Academies get “green badge” security clearances while addressing authentic, challenging problems in cybersecurity.

Chromebook Distribution
The LCPS Department of Digital Innovation (DDI) has begun distributing laptops to the more than 11,000 students in grades three through 12 who did not have them at the time school buildings were closed due to COVID-19. The team braved rainy weather to start the process at Brambleton Middle School.

Teachable Moments with Principal Sherryl Loya
Farmwell Station Middle School Principal Sherryl Loya kicks off our “Teachable Moment” series by showing us how she has been spending time at home with her pet rabbit “Oreo.”

School-Business Partner Highlight: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Loudoun Chapter
When the rescheduled School-Business Partnership Breakfast is held on Friday, September 4, the Loudoun County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., will be among the honorees. This sorority’s alumnae members have been faithful volunteers at LCPS events, including the annual community Thanksgiving Dinner at Guilford Elementary and a literacy café at Leesburg Elementary.

School Bus Meal Service
LCPS started delivering meals to neighborhoods today to ensure that students receive breakfast and lunch during the school closing for COVID-19. School Nutrition Services and Transportation Services teamed up early Monday, March 16, to roll out the first meal service to our community.

School-Business Partner Highlight: Loudoun Habitat For Humanity
Loudoun Habitat for Humanity in partnership with Seneca Ridge Middle School and Tuscarora High School. The Loudoun ReStore provides students with disabilities workplace training. This school year, Loudoun ReStore partnered with the LCPS Department of Pupil Services and Seneca Ridge Middle School to furnish the Career and Transition Lab with furniture, rugs, linens and dishes. They created a simulated apartment with a working refrigerator, stove, washer and dryer and dishwasher. Habitat for Humanity provided inspirational and educational experiences for several Tuscarora High School seniors as they completed their Capstone Project. The Tuscarora students developed a fundraising plan involving a car wash and raffle that included marketing, finding sponsors and scheduling. The group raised $650 with the one-day event. Tuscarora students also worked on a Habitat home that was being restored.

School-Business Partner Highlight: Salamander Resort & Spa
The Salamander Resort and Spa will be honored at the School-Business Partnership Breakfast on March 13 for its role in supporting the career transition of students with special needs. See how LCPS students acquire five-star workplace skills in one of our community’s premier hospitality centers.

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