Nadler Joins Loudoun Education Foundation

The Loudoun Education Foundation kicked off the New Year by hiring former Loudoun Now managing editor Danielle Nadler to serve as its new Director of Communications and Strategy. Nadler, herself a product of public schools and the daughter of a public school teacher, has worked in storytelling since joining her middle school newspaper staff. She […]

AWS Sponsors Countryside Elementary Turkey Dinner

Countryside Elementary School hosted their 5th Annual Turkey Dinner on Friday, November 20th from 5 P.M. to 7 P.M. in the bus loop where community members picked up the meals curbside style! Due to current circumstances, Countryside Elementary Principal, Richard Rudnick, and staff had to be creative on how to continue this yearly tradition that […]

C2 Education Donates $1.5K to the Loudoun Education Foundation in Honor of Grand Opening of their South Riding Office

In late October 2019, C2 Education opened their South Riding location to now mark 15 locations in Virginia. In celebration of their opening, C2 Education has donated $1,500 to the Loudoun Education Foundation (LEF) to go towards supporting the students and teachers of Loudoun County Public Schools! Mollie Sherman, Center Director for C2 Education of […]

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Janelia Research Campus Sponsors 4 LCPS Schools to Create Makerspaces

Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Janelia Research Campus is granting $2,000 each to Rolling Ridge Elementary, Guilford Elementary, Frederick Douglass Elementary, and Sterling Middle to assist with building makerspaces and supporting STEM education in their schools. The Loudoun Education Foundation (LEF) along with Michael Perham and Monti Mercer from HHMI Janelia Research Campus traveled to […]

$2.4 Million Dollar GO Virginia Grant Awarded to the Loudoun Education Foundation to Support the Virginia K-12 Computer Science Pipeline Initiative

The Loudoun Education Foundation (LEF) announced today that they have been awarded a Competitive GO Virginia grant for $2,424,537 to support the Virginia K-12 Computer Science Pipeline initiative. The application was submitted by LEF in partnership with GO Virginia Region 7 and Region 5 leadership. The grant will support the 6-12 grade portion of the […]

Loudoun Education Foundation Announces Willowcroft World Language Fluency Scholarship Recipients

The Loudoun Education Foundation has announced it’s second winner of the Willowcroft World Language Fluency Scholarship which supports a Loudoun County Public Schools high school student in achieving fluency in a modern language and to award that student’s world language instructor a grant for teaching and mentoring the student. This year’s winner of the scholarship […]

Loudoun Education Foundation Receives a $25,000 Grant from Backpack Buddies Foundation of Loudoun for Sully Elementary School’s Weekend Meal Program

The Backpack Buddies Foundation of Loudoun (BBFL) gathered today at Sully Elementary School to present the Loudoun Education Foundation (LEF) with a $25,000 grant to help in the efforts of their weekend meal program with the LEF-LCPS Backpack Coalition. This grant will sponsor food costs for weekend meal bags at Sully Elementary School who had […]

2019 LEF Annual Pro-Am Golf Classic Meets Fundraising Goal

The Loudoun Education Foundation (LEF) held its Annual Pro-Am Golf Classic at The Club at Creighton Farms on Monday, September 30, 2019. It is the Foundation’s premier fundraising event, bringing together many of the top business executives from Northern Virginia and beyond. Their generosity supports our students and teachers through projects that excite our children’s […]

LEF Executive Director Meyer Speaks at Luncheon

On Thursday, September 5th, the Loudoun Education Foundation’s (LEF) Executive Director, Dawn Meyer, was the guest speaker for the Sterling Women’s Luncheon. Meyer spoke about her role in the foundation along with some of her relationship-building tips for those attending the networking event. Meyer’s tips really resonated with the crowd – especially her thoughts on […]

LEF Awarded $150,000 from Jack Kent Cooke Foundation for LCPS STEM Program

The Loudoun Education Foundation (LEF) is the recipient of a $150,000 grant from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation to support the STEM program, Level Up, for academically-talented middle school students who are economically vulnerable in Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS). Level Up continues the enrichment provided by the PROPEL program, (formerly known as EDGE Academy), […]