LHS TIGER TALK
September 9, 2022
Good Afternoon Loveland High School Families,
A short but great four day week 4!
During lunch this week, students received their spring EOC reports. Be sure to ask your student if they picked them up! If they have not, students can see their counselor next week.
Have a great weekend!
Adam Reed, Brian Conatser, Mary Beth Corbin, and Rich Bryant
Order a 2022-2023 Yearbook Now!
LHS Band Hosts 6th Annual Mattress Fundraiser
If you are looking to replace a bed in your home, now is the time. Loveland High School Band is excited to announce it will be hosting the 6th Annual one-day Mattress Fundraiser on Sunday, September 11th, from 10am-4pm. For one day only, the High School will be transformed into a mattress showroom. For information about the sale, go to: bit.ly/beds4loveland22.
There will be 30 different mattress styles on display in all sizes for customers to try, priced below retail. Adjustable power bases, premium pillows, foundations, mattress protectors, luxury sheets and even massage chairs will be available as well. The brands including Simmons Beautyrest, Southerland, Therapedic, Wellsville, Brighton and Tranquility Sleep Systems come with full factory warranties, and are made to order. Mattresses are available 2-3 weeks after the fundraiser. Delivery is available. Best of all, the Loveland High School Band benefits from every purchase.
The company, Custom Fundraising Solutions (CFS) first introduced The Mattress Fundraiser to the Cleveland, Ohio market in 2005. The company now has nearly 100 locations and works with more than 3,000 schools nationwide. The unique business model helps schools raise thousands of dollars in just one day, and to date, the company has given back over $50 million.
What: 6th Annual Loveland High School Band Mattress Fundraiser
Where: Loveland High School
When: Sunday, September 11th, 10am-4pm
Watch this quick video that explains how the Mattress Fundraiser works! https://vimeo.com/637591323
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 402-980-2426 for more information.
News from the Office of School Counseling
Attention Parents of the Class of 2023: We've enjoyed the opportunity to share information about the college application process with you over the last several weeks. As a reminder, the process for completing applications, requesting letters of recommendation and having transcripts sent to colleges can be found here -
Please be sure to take the time to read this information carefully. Reach out to your student's Sign up to see your counselor with any questions. We are happy to help!
Exploration Wednesday will take place on October 12th this year. Seniors will be given the opportunity to career shadow, visit colleges or participate in community service off site. Juniors and sophomores will be taking the career or college assessment that they signed up for last spring. These include the PSAT, Practice ACT, ASVAB or WorkKeys. The freshmen will be participating in community building activities. Please note that we will operate on an early release schedule that day. Students will be dismissed at approximately noon. Lunch will still be available, though. Specific details for the day will be shared as we get closer to the date.
Many college representatives visit LHS each school year. The purpose of these meetings is to give you insights into the processes associated with admissions, scholarships and more. Taking part in these events can be very helpful when making plans for your future.
Here are the steps to take to sign up:
1. log into Naviance via Clever (in the "waffle")
2. click on Colleges, then College Visits
3. scroll through the options; don't ignore options that you've never heard of; use SuperMatch College Search (also under the Colleges tab in Naviance) to see what schools may be a good fit for you
4. click on Register Now for any visit that you would like to attend; registration must be completed 24 hours in advance of the event; a pass will be generated for you to come to the school counseling office for the meeting; students are responsible for any school work missed when meeting with a college representative
5. some college representatives may also elect to have a virtual visit at 3:00pm; specific information about this is provided from the admissions counselor at that school
Please reach out to your high school counselor with any questions. We are happy to help!
(A link to sign up will come out via the Tiger Talk newsletter sometime next week)
Thursday, September 29 PTO Meeting LHS Media Center 7pm
Looking Ahead to October
Thursday, October 6 Homecoming Parade
Saturday, October 8 Homecoming Dance 8pm-11pm LHS Practice Field
Tuesday, October 11 Picture Retakes Vocal Concert 7pm
Wednesday, October 12 Exploration Wednesday
(more information to come regarding the modified schedule)
Thursday October 13 Last Day of the Quarter
Friday, October 14 In-Service Day NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
Monday, October 17 In-Service Day NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
Wednesday, October 19 Band Concert 7pm
Stay in Touch!
Loveland High School Administration
Principal: Adam Reed
Assistant Principal: Mary Beth Corbin
Assistant Principal: Brian Conatser
District Director of Student Athletics: Rich Bryant
To report an absence call 697-3715 by 10 a.m.