The Office of Middle School Education works to promote high academic achievement in a learning environment that provides equal access to all students. Middle School Education is responsible for the supervision and evaluation of middle school principals and provides the focus for purposeful leadership in implementing the school improvement process throughout the middle schools within our division.
The mission of Loudoun County Middle Schools is to create and maintain an environment which ensures that each student demonstrates a high level of academic achievement and developmental growth as measured by national, state, and district standards. Realizing that the needs of individual students and school communities vary, we are committed to a comprehensive system of support to assure this outcome.
Supervision and evaluation of school principals and direction regarding the assessment of their performance and accomplishments. Supports and counsels principals as they provide management and leadership for their schools in alignment with division goals and research based best practices.
School Improvement Planning
Assistance in the development of the school improvement plan and monitoring of progress towards established goals.
Assists principals in monitoring school operations and provides advice on implementation of discipline policies. Responds to community inquiries about school operations and investigates parental complaints.
Analyze enrollment projections and available class space and prepares budget proposal for regular education staffing including administrators, teachers, teacher assistants and support staff. Prepares and administers the budget per pupil allotments for instructional materials and postage.
Conducts monthly meetings for principals to interface with division level staff and one another. Conducts monthly professional development activities for assistant principals and deans.
Summer School Programs
Plans and implements the intensive instructional programs held during the summer to remediate and enrich students based on identified needs. Provides oversight to Early Back programs.
The Office of Middle School Education coordinates the Washington Post's Distinguished Educational Leadership Award and LCPS' Principal of the Year Award process.