Tag Archives: Drama policy

The trouble with Normal

Tim Chesnutt, director of the Loudoun Youth Initiative, is telling the media that LYI needs “to be more creative about how we get the word out there” about the groundbreaking play Normal, due to the refusal of Loudoun County Public … Continue reading

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Listening to youth?

Loudoun County is “listening to youth” – except when “somebody” might object to what they have to say. It turns out that the Loudoun Youth Initiative, created, endorsed and administered by county government to address the problems identified by youth, … Continue reading

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The Laramie Project in Jefferson County

The award-winning theater department of Jefferson High School (located just across the border in West Virginia) will be presenting The Laramie Project next week. Shows are February 7th through the 11th (click on the graphic for times and ticket information). … Continue reading

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Don’t poke the bear

Archive of drama policy material The panel on the LCPS theatrical presentations policy held last night was very illuminating – kudos to the LEAP program coordinators for pulling it together. There will be a detailed report later below the fold, … Continue reading

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Panel Discussion of School Drama Policy

All reference material on the LCPS Theatrical Presentations policy is archived here. Wednesday, March 8, 7:30 pm LCPS Administration Building (rooms 102 A and B) 21000 Education Court Ashburn, VA 20148 The Loudoun Education Alliance of Parents will be hosting … Continue reading

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Revisit school play policy

Loudoun Independent November 16, 2005 By Jerry Hyman, Cascades The last month has seen numerous tributes to Rosa Parks. It’s too bad her courageous stand against legal segregation can’t be favorably depicted in a high school theatrical presentation in Loudoun … Continue reading

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Drama teachers navigating new policy

Loudoun Connection October 15, 2005 By Kim Centazzo Andrew Curtin is a first-year teacher at Park View High School in Sterling. Although he did not work for Loudoun County Public Schools in 2004, the theatre teacher has been affected by … Continue reading

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