Loudoun Education Alliance of Parents - Mission Statement
- To provide a forum for the discussion and sharing of common educational concerns and ideas and
- To serve as a network for interaction among local parent groups, students, teachers, administrators
and the Loudoun County Public School System and
- To secure for all students in the Loudoun County Public School System the highest advantages in
academic, vocational, physical and social education.
The Loudoun Education Alliance of Parents (LEAP) is a non-partisan network that promotes interaction
between parents, teachers, School Board members and members of the Loudoun County Public Schools
The mission and objectives of LEAP are promoted via monthly meetings held during the school year on the
second Wednesday of the month. Meetings are held in rooms 102 A and 102 B at the LCPS
Administration Building in Ashburn, Virginia. Discussion of agenda topics commences at 7:00 p.m.
Each two-hour program features a panel discussion on topics of interest to parents and members of the community at large, followed by a Question and Answer session and an update from LCPS Superintendent Edgar B. Hatrick III.
Delegates are elected from each Loudoun County Public School's PTA, PTO or PTSO group to attend the monthly LEAP meetings. In addition to delegates, members of the community are encouraged to attend LEAP meetings.
The Loudoun Education Alliance of Parents was founded in 1989 with 20th Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Thomas D. Horne serving as the first president.