Loudoun County continues to weigh in as one of the fastest growing counties in the United States. One critical factor in managing that growth is the ability of Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) to continue to provide a technology-rich learning environment for all students. With the support of its School Board, LCPS strives to continue to build the technology infrastructure as well as the professional development that supports its use in innovative ways.
The Educational Technology Plan for Loudoun County aims to capitalize on this environment by ensuring that all students develop the technology skills and knowledge to become resilient, life-long learners and to ultimately realize their full potential.
LCPS supports teaching and learning by providing each school with a Technology Resource Teacher (TRT), School Librarian(s), and assistants. Together they support teachers and students in using all available resources to positively impact student learning.
LCPS’s technology infrastructure is supported through the Department of Technology Services (DTS). DTS's network engineers, network specialists, computer technicians, and AV staff to ensure the stability of the schools’ networks, computers, software, media and the Internet.
Through policies, procedures, and processes, LCPS is committed to ensure that the technology infrastructure and virtual learning environments are safe, equitable, and integrated within the classroom and instruction.