Loudoun Schools News

After three consecutive years of serious budget cuts and growing discontent from teachers, Loudoun County School Superintendent Edgar B. Hatrick III has proposed asking the county for an additional $55 million to fund 3 percent employee raises, new teaching positions and technology purchases.
 
Loudoun yoga instructor gets national award for community leadership (Post, December 8, 2010; 8:57 PM)
 
Loudoun teachers turn clock watchers to make a point about budgets, overtime (Post, November 18, 2010; 9:57 PM)
 
Everything is a first for new high schools: WOODGROVE, TUSCARORA TO OPEN In western Loudoun, the idea took some getting used to (Post, September 5, 2010)
 
How they spent their summer vacation: 16 Loudoun teachers serve as interns to bolster their classroom lessons with job experience (Post, July 18, 2010)
 
Forging bonds of sisterhood: In Loudoun after-school group, girls learn real-life lessons not taught in classrooms (Post, March 11, 2010)
 
Swine Flu Alert Sent To Parents: Schools Chief Urges Caution (Post, September 3, 2009)
 
Did the Punishment Fit the Wine? (Post, May 28, 2009)
 
Creativity Enters the Equation: Loudoun Might Keep Program Some Say Skimps on Math Basics (Post, March 15, 2009)
 
As Ax Hovers, Board Is Urged To Spare Funding for Schools: Residents Plead Their Case at County Budget Hearings (Post, March 1, 2009)
 
Uncertainty Surrounds New Budget For Schools: Some Supervisors Foresee More Cuts (Post, February 1, 2009)
 
Proposed School Cuts Draw Mixed Response: 1st Public Hearing Will Be This Week (Post, January 11, 2009)
 
Schools Look At Providing More Time For Teachers (Post, December 18, 2008)
 
LOUDOUN COUNTY: Youth Enters Plea to Charge of Concealing Body (Post, November 25, 2008)
 
Loudoun To Redraw School Zones: Building Freeze Prompts Changes (Post, November 16, 2008)
 
Leesburg Power Line Tower A Neighbor Nobody Wants (Post, November 2, 2008)
 
Schools Try to Cut Now to Save Later: Officials Hope To Bank Millions (Post, November 2, 2008)
 
Ire Rises With Plans for Tower: Leesburg Residents Say Dominion Power Pole Will Be a Blight (Post, November 2, 2008)
 
Land Purchase for Schools Rejected: Lenah Property Is Overpriced, Majority of Supervisors Say (Post, October 22, 2008)
 
Writing the Book on Efficiency: New Loudoun Schools Perfect Art of Speedy Library Setups (Post, October 16, 2008)
 
Schools Vow To Advance Diversity: Some Blacks Question Officials' Commitment (Post, September 11, 2008)
 
Survey to Study Math Curriculum: Panel to Suggest Changes by Jan. (Post, August 28, 2008)
 
An Elementary History Lesson: Once All-Black, Banneker Celebrates Its 60th Anniversary (Post, June 19, 2008)
 
Enrollment in ESL Program Shows Signs Of Slowing: Drop in Available Jobs May Explain Trend (Post, May 11, 2008)
 
School Board Seeks Say in Book Policy: Review Panel Would Have the Last Word (Post, March 6, 2008)
 
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