Outgoing Loudoun County Schools Superintendent Edgar B. Hatrick III left all of this year’s high school graduates with a request that they become life-long advocates for public education.
Washington Post Metro Section, June 29, 2014
By Michael Alison Chandler, with a contribution by Jim Barnes
Loudoun County School Superintendent Edgar B. Hatrick III is retiring after 47½ years with Loudoun County public schools. He has been superintendent since 1991.
Hatrick recently met with The Washington Post to talk about his career. In this second of a two-part Q&A, he discusses his views on public education.
Washington Post, June 23, 2014
Loudoun residents have high expectations for the superintendent who will assume control of the county public schools July 1, according to a survey conducted by the executive search firm that is managing the recruitment process.
Washington Post, January 8, 2014
Loudoun County public schools honored 276 exceptional scholars at the county’s 31st annual Excellence in Education banquet Sunday.
Washington Post, December 18, 2013
Parents of schoolchildren who live in and around the Exeter neighborhood in Leesburg are organizing to keep school buses running in their community.
Some Exeter residents say that new walking routes proposed for their neighborhood are dangerous and that parents who drive their children to school instead of allowing them to walk will add to congestion on North King Street near Tuscarora High School and Smarts Mill Middle School.
Washington Post, July 15, 2013
Cuts to the Loudoun County Public Schools’ budget could result in lost benefits for school bus drivers.
Washington Post, April 1, 2013