Minority Student Achievement Advisory Committee

Minority Student Achievement Advisory Committee


Are you aware that your input is part of the Rationale for Plan 12? Do you officially support the demographics of that plan? If not, you may want to reach out to the school board and have them edit that rationale.
I represent Trailside Middle School and they are having a panel of current college students and I hope that members of our group may have current college students that would like to participate. I would love the panel to represent the diversity of the students in LCPS!

“At TMS, we are offering a college panel of current college students (community, 4 year, vocational, graduate) to come in and answer pre-screened questions from our 7th and 8th graders. There will be two different panel sessions. In their sixth grade year, both grades visited a VA college (current 7th graders went to JMU last year).”

The date is on November 24th with the timeframe breakdown:
8:30: arrival to TMS
9:00-9:45: 1st panel
10:40-11:15: 2nd panel
Optional brown bag lunch opportunity from 11:50-1:15 for those who can stay. We will feed you

If you are home that day and interested, please complete the below form:

Congratulations! Phyllis Randall, Former MSAAC CHAIR, is our new Board of Supervisor Chairperson! Our work is just beginning... Let's continue to actively pledge our support to our elected officials who understand the changing needs of our diverse county!
Make your vote count!

Tomorrow, November 3, 2015 is election day! As you know, MSAAC has been working hard to cultivate effective partnerships with our school board, administrators, and teachers.

Our educational community is changing rapidly. MSAAC continues to support a school board that recognizes, honors and supports the growing diversity of LCPS, and is willing to provide the necessary resources to all students based on their needs. As parents, it is imperative that we vote.

Thank you for your work thus far. I look forward to many more work sessions, as we charge forward to build an exciting learning environment that is welcoming for all of our children.

Zerell Johnson-Welch


"All students can learn and succeed, but not on the same day in the same way"

------William Spady
Wonderful spending time with the Broad Run and Briar Woods clusters tonight at the Minority Student Achievement Advisory Committee meeting tonight featuring Superintendent Dr. Williams and Director of Research Dr. Tyler. It was exciting too that it appears Briar Woods HS will have MSAAC delegates this year!
Dr. Eric Williams, LCPS Superintendent is the speaker at tonight's MSAAC General Body Meeting. Discussing Vision 20/20
Excellent PDF issued by the Department of Education in English and Spanish that might be useful for all of our parents!
Thank you teachers, parents, administrators, and school board members for attending last night's very important meeting! The turn out was great. We hope you walked away with a bit more knowledge and passion on how to advocate and engage your child for success!

Because we sparked a lot of discussion and insight on how to vett our prospective teacher candidates, Dr.Hough and Dr. Jones have agreed to return to continue the discussion. Please post or inbox your questions, thoughts and recomendations here, or email directly to our MSAAC Secretary. We will share with the HR team in advance. And it will guide the format for the follow up meeting. We need your input on how to enhance their recruitment strategies, And how to retain, and support a more diverse pool of skilled and passionate teachers. Lets keep this coversation going!!! The power point will be posted to the LCPS website. Stayed tuned for follow up details!
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Do you have the schedule for meeting dates for this coming school year posted yet..I could not find it? Thanks.
This program was in my interpersonal communications book. I'm so glad this is a great & powerful!

We encourage the development of school cultures where every minority student is afforded the opportu

Operating as usual


Join us for the first meeting of the school year- Wednesday, from 7 to 9 PM at the Administration Building.

The topic will be, “What should the School Board know about our children”?

- Participate in a conversation about your LCPS student

- The Loudoun County School Board and Candidates are invited to thoughtfully listen to the LCPS community

- Refreshments Provided

Our Approach - Young Scholars Program | Jack Kent Cooke Foundation 05/17/2015

Our Approach - Young Scholars Program | Jack Kent Cooke Foundation

Young Scholar's Program-

Our Approach - Young Scholars Program | Jack Kent Cooke Foundation The Foundation matches an on-staff educational adviser (EA) with each Young Scholar. The EA collaborates with Scholars and their families during the middle and high school years to provide academic guidance, assess needs and opportunities, identify resources, and determine the Foundation’s support.


Don't forget our meeting this Wednesday, May 20th, from 7 to 9 PM at the Administration Building. We'll be discussing feeling alone in the classroom; the LCPS Vision 20/20 Strategic Plan; and MSAAC elections. Come out and hear from LCPS students and alumni.


Come out to the Academic Fair. Get resources for your students. Our keynote speaker is here and we are ready for you!


Please take a moment today to stop by the Academic Fair at Tuscarora High School in Leesburg. We'll get started at 11 and end at 3. Hope to see you there.


General Board Meeting- tomorrow from 7 to 9PM at the Administration Building. Please join us.

Timeline photos 04/08/2015

Come out to the 3rd Annual Academic Fair this month on the 18th at Tuscarora High School from 11 to 3. Learn how you can help your LCPS student navigate the school system with success.


Military Academy Day is held for those students who are interested in learning more about the nation's military academies. The event will be held April 11, 2105 from 10am - 1pm at the Loudoun County Public School Administration Building located at 21000 Education Court, Ashburn, Va. 20148. The event is free and open to all students and parents.


What does the research say about effective teachers? Hattie in 2013 found the following: teacher credibility, classroom discussion, teach clarity, feedback, teacher-student relationships, classroom behavior, teaching strategies, and not labelling students


Results of defining an effective teacher: passion, understanding, communicative, caring, organized...


Uh oh. We're going high tech with text messaging based surveys. The whole room is taking the survey. Amazing... can't wait to see the results.


Our General Body meeting is going on now. It's a full house tonight!


“Youth in Government Day” for juniors/seniors on Wednesday, April 15, 10 AM to 630 PM at Loudoun County Government Center, 1 Harrison St, SE, Leesburg. Please contact Ray Walker at 703-737-8630 or [email protected]


Delegates we are getting back on track with all of the weather related cancellations. Please take note that we are meeting this Wednesday the 4th.


Help LCPS Build a Diverse Pool of Quality Educators
Do we have a diverse enough staff to meet our diverse and growing student body?


Mr. Tim Flynn, Director of Instruction, LCPS
Dr. Kimberly Hough, Assistant Superintendent of Personnel, LCPS
Dr. Asia Jones, Director of Personnel, LCPS

** AGENDA **
Work Session: Closing the Achievement Gap
"Build a Strategic Plan for your Student", Dr. Ryan Tyler, Director of Research

A special invitation is extended to the Loudoun County School Board, the Special Education
Advisory Committee (SEAC), and Loudoun Education Alliance of Parents (LEAP), LCPS teachers,
administrators, and our LCPS parents.

Please help spread the word so others can be informed.
Thank you and be safe out there!


The MSAAC meeting scheduled for tonight Wednesday February 18, 2015 has been cancelled due to inclement weather. The next MSAAC Meeting will be held on Wednesday March 4, 2015 in the school board meeting room from 7:00 PM. to 9:00 PM. Another MSAAC meeting will be held on Wednesday March 18, 2015 from 7:00 PM. to 9:00 PM., in the school board meeting room.


Please note the location:



** Help LCPS Build a Diverse Pool of Quality Educators
Do we have a diverse enough staff to meet our diverse and growing student body?


Dr. Kimberly Hough, Assistant Superintendent of Personnel, LCPS
Dr. Asia Jones, Director of Personnel, LCPS

** AGENDA **
Work Session: Closing the Achievement Gap
"Build a Strategic Plan for your Student", Dr. Ryan Tyler, Director of Research

A special invitation is extended to the Loudoun County School Board, the Special Education
Advisory Committee (SEAC), and Loudoun Education Alliance of Parents (LEAP), LCPS teachers,
administrators, and our LCPS parents.

Please help spread the word so others can be informed.

We will be meeting at: Stone Bridge High School, Library
43100 Hay Road, Ashburn VA 20148
for this meeting only. Please spread the word.


Parents/Delegates- we're not meeting in December but the executive board is meeting to go over the agenda for next year. Some really exciting stuff. In January you can expect to hear about teacher recruiting efforts and diversity.


Great discussion on communication with our ELL parents. There seems to be a big gap in knowledge regarding parents not getting this information. Parent delegates please share the information from tonight with your principals and ELL parents.


About 2/3rds of Sugarland is comprised of ELL students. Listening to a day in the life of a 3rd grade teacher.


Loudoun is working hard to make our ELL students successful. The Director of Instruction has just walked us through the multi-year plan. It's focused, based on data, and comprehensive.


Wow, interactive polling tonight on our ELL program in Loudoun.


Wow! Lots of good information for this coming meeting. We will have interpreters for the meeting. Delegates, please spread the word and get our parents of ELL students to attend.


Meeting with the Executive Board to discuss the agenda for our November 19th meeting. The topic will be: A candid discussion about the English Language Learner and Language Diversity in the Classroom. Please invite your friends and parents.

www.lcps.org 10/18/2014


Members and Delegates- the meeting summary for October has been posted to the MSAAC web site. Sorry for the delay in communication.


www.lcps.org Representatives include LCPS Administration, Principals, Assistant Vice Principals, Teachers, School Board Members, and Parent/Delegates


Don't forget to join us this Wednesday, the 15th at the LCPS Admin building for our October monthly meeting. Meet the new Superintendent as well as hear about the latest gaps from Dr. Tyler.


A great night planning for the next general board meeting. Make sure you come by Oct. 15 at 7PM. Come get the latest research from Dr. Tyler, Dir. of Research. AND... Dr. Eric Williams, our New Superintendent of LCPS will be joining us!


All Delegates,
We need your help to represent MSAAC at the ELITE meetings.
+ Background Info
LCPS has launched a team to address the growing language barrier between their educators, students and parents. Last year several stake holders were invited to meet and brainstorm what they felt should be done to address this issue in LCPS. MSAAC was invited. By modeling some best practices and possibly developing new ones, the ELITE team is hoping to create a more equitable learning experience for those students where English is a their second language.

+ The Need
The MSAAC representative will attend meetings, taking an active role as needed toward the above initiative. The representative will serve as a liaison between the two groups, gather info from each meeting, share information timely with MSAAC executive committee, and accurately represent the views /goals/ of the general membership. The representative will on occasion provide verbal updates to the general body at our meetings.

Ideally, we would like two MSAAC representative to share in this important opportunity.

Feel free to message below with any questions or to express your willingness to support MSAAC in this way.

Thank you.


Eye opening diversity activity here at MSAAC tonight- "Tearing Down That Wall".


Dr. Breeden's favorite book is: “Really Important Stuff My Kids Taught Me”


Dr. Breeden, Asst. Superintendent of Instruction is presenting. She's sharing her story and it's great! She's a Redskin's fan!


The first meeting of the year has kicked off! About 50% of the audience has returned from last year. Welcome to all of those who have returned and who have decided to spend some time with us tonight.


Thomas Jefferson High School will be holding information sessions at various high schools throughout Fairfax and Loudoun County in September and early October. Please consider attending one of these sessions with your child. Share this information with other families as well. It is critical we continue to provide options and expose our children to the many learning resources and educational opportunities available to them as a LCPS student. The link below will indicate the locations of these sessions. If you have any questions about this opportunity please contact:

John Amos, Outreach Specialist, TJHS for Science and Technology @ [email protected]


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