As Loudoun Country Day School’s enrollment passes 300 students, the private school is planning to expand its administrative team with a lower school director.
Loudoun Country Day School Headmaster Randy Hollister said in a statement, “As we continue to grow in numbers and expand our programs, we want to add a dynamic educator to lead our pre-kindergarten through fifth-grade faculty to help us as we continue to expand our vision, explore new uses of technology to support instruction and learning, and educate our students to be productive members of our changing global community.”
For several years, Tim Beauchemin has filled both roles as lower school director and assistant headmaster. When the position of the lower school director is filled, Beauchemin will continue to serve as the assistant headmaster.
“Although I have enjoyed the dual role, having someone to work exclusively with our lower school faculty will be a tremendous resource for them, especially as we continue to increase our enrollment and evolve our program,” Beauchemin said.
More information about the position is listed under the employment section of the school’s website, www.lcds.org. Loudoun Country Day School is located just south of Leesburg and serves pre-kindergarten through eighth grade.