Richmond, VA -- The Loudoun Times-Mirror reported that Loudoun County Public School officials offered "largely hypothetical" figures concerning the cost of full-day kindergarten implementation at a recent school board working session. Both Delegate Kathleen Murphy (D-34) and Delegate John Bell (D-87) call on the school administration and School Board to offer a concrete plan that covers all aspects of implementation so that every child will have the option for a full day of kindergarten in Loudoun County.
PATIENCE APPRECIATED AS SUBDIVISION WORK CONTINUES
Heavy equipment phase of snow removal underway
As many of you are aware, the Governor has declared a State of Emergency in response to this week's flooding events around the Commonwealth and in preparation for upcoming severe weather and the potential landfall of Hurricane Joaquin. You can find more information on the Governor's executive order here.
For many children, summer is eagerly anticipated as a time full of family vacations and fun activities with friends. But for children in low-income families who already struggle to put food on the table, the loss of school meals can make summer a stressful time.
The poor quality of road pavement has been one of the primary concerns expressed by constituents in conversations I’ve had since taking office. I have met with VDOT and have been carefully monitoring ongoing projects and those that are needed around the district. In particular, I have heard from a number of community members expressing their concern for the very poor conditions of Leigh Mill Road, Beach Mill Road, and Browns Mill Road. I am pleased that after expressing my concern to VDOT officials regarding each of these roads they have been added to this year’s repaving schedule.