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  • December 2017/January 2018 (Volume 5, Issue 5) - Celebrating Academic Excellence, "Code to the Future" School Hosts U.S. Secretary of Education, Foundation Funds $25K in Teacher Grants, From concept to reality: STEM Creator Space at Sterling MS, School Veggies to Cafeteria Project a Success at Guilford ES, Celebrating Diversity in LoCo: LEF Gives $9K in Multicultural Grants, Apple Impact Grant Winners Selected, LEF Gears up for $15M "Advancing Excellence" 
    Major Gift Campaign

  • November (Volume 5, Issue 4) - "Epic Build" Showcases Students' Coding Skills, Kaiser Permanente Commits to Excellence in Education, "A WILL to Survive" takes the stage at Kennedy Center, Willowcroft Science Endowment Funds Awards, Backpack Coalition Leadership Continues, Global Youth Leadership Program Grows with Grant, Community School Success and Countryside ES Afterschool Program Takes Off

  • October (Volume 5, Issue 3) - 'Virtual Tour' of STEM Building, Edge Academy for STEM Literacy, Golf Classic Raises Record $110,000, LCPS Represented at Gates Foundation Event, New After School Program for Countryside ES, Guildford's New Garden

  • September (Volume 5, Issue 2) - Suicide Prevention Initiative, Innovation in Education, Grants for Teachers 

  • August (Volume 5, Issue 1) - Coding for kids, college credit for teens, training for teachers and the LEF Golf Classic and Pro-Am

  • June/July (Volume 4, Issue 10) - Farmwell Station Students Make a Marker on History, Student Meal Debt Wiped Out, "Unlocking Awesome" at Inspire Loudoun 2017

  • May (Volume 4, Issue 9) - A Proud Moment for Loudoun's Top Teachers, LEF Sends Teachers and Staff Back to the Classroom, Middle School Garden Grows from LEF Grant 

  • April (Volume 4, Issue 8) - LIYLS 2017: Reconciling the Past, Shaping the Future, Building Peace Among Nations, Community School Meal Debt Collection Tops $7,000
  • March (Volume 4, Issue 7) - Paying off Student Meal Debt, Celebrating School Business Partnerships

  • February (Volume 4, Issue 6) - Suicide Prevention Initiative, STEM donations, Rewards for Teachers



  • December/January (Volume 4, Issue 5) - LEF celebrates Class of '17 scholars, gives $20,000 in teacher grants and encourages a love of reading among middle schoolers

  • November (Volume 4, Issue 4) - $20K in teacher grants, 10,000 meals packed for hungry students and growing food in the classroom

  • October (Volume 4, Issue 3) - Mock Elections, Loudoun Civil Rights Landmarks, Empathy for Students with Disabilities, $15,000 for LEF programs and more

  • September (Volume 4, Issue 2) - LEF Golf Classic breaks records, Businesses learn about the future of education, new LEF endowment and more

  • August (Volume 4, Issue 1) - New teachers walk the red carpet, Madison's Trust opens doors, Academy of Engineering and Tech welcomes first class

  • June-July (Volume 3, Issue 9) - Grants make teachers' dream lessons come true, PVHS soccer goes to states in style, Grads get safe celebrations

  • May (Volume 3, Issue 8) - Outstanding teachers get much-deserved recognition, LEF awards $27,500 in scholarships, Backpack Coalition feeds 980 hungry students

  • April (Volume 3, Issue 7) - LCPS STEM Club wins national competition, Loudoun teens work with International peers, Teacher of the Year nominees and more!

  • March (Volume 3, Issue 6) - LEF rolls out the red carpet for teachers, celebrates business partnerships and aims to win a national STEM competition

  • February (Volume 3, Issue 5) - Students embrace Multicultural Month, International Youth Summit comes to LCPS, Teacher Grants and Scholarship Available

  •  January (Volume 3, Issue 4) - Shop at Whole Foods Ashburn on Wed., Feb. 3 to support LEF, Cool classroom projects we're funding in 2016, $20K in free STEM technology

  • 2015