The Loudoun Education Association is looking for volunteers to help get the word out during the Leesburg Holiday Parade on Saturday, December 14th. Meet at the field adjacent to Ida Lee Park Recreation Center in Leesburg by 9 am. Leesburg streets close at 9:30 am and the parade starts at 10am. Sign up here.
The local press covered the memo released by LCPS Assistant Superintendent for Business and Financial Services Leigh Burden laying out a projected gap based on the County's initial budget guidance.
Hatrick, Burden forecast dark, cloudy budget process | Loudoun Times
Of Expected Budget Cuts, Loudoun Schools Superintendent Warns Of 'Grave Consequences' | Leesburg Today
There were no comments from the Board of Supervisors in either article. Make sure that you contact the School Board and Board of Supervisors to make your opinion known. Maintaining the current per pupil spending rate means $20 million more in funding would be needed for the schools just for expected growth, not including any salary increases, increased benefit costs, or new programs.