Tiger Talk

District Newsletter - September 11, 2022

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Superintendent's Message

Loveland Tiger Families,


Our school community is about more than just what happens in our buildings from the first bell until dismissal. I’ve been working this year to forge stronger relationships with our Booster groups, Parent-Teacher associations, and our Foundation because they all support our students in amazing ways.


NEST Community Learning Center is another group that is very important in our school community. NEST stands for nutrition, education, safety, and transformation. Their volunteers provide fantastic support to kids in our area. Their RVs serve as mobile classrooms and community centers, and you’ve probably seen them around town.


Because NEST is doing great things, I let them talk me into joining their big yearly fundraiser. I’ll be one of the participants in Dancing with the Stars - even though I’m no star, and what I’ll be doing will barely qualify as dancing. Putting in the hours to practice and making a fool of myself is the least I can do for such a great organization.


Donate to the Dancing with the Stars fundraiser by following this link.

Learn more about NEST or buy a ticket to Dancing with the Stars on October 28 at the Oasis golf club by following this link.


As always, if you have any questions, please reach out to me at broadwmi@lovelandschools.org.


Go Tigers!


Mike Broadwater

Superintendent


Loveland City Schools

Patriot Day

Today is Patriot Day, a national day of service and remembrance in honor of those lost on September 11, 2001. Our students at Loveland Early Childhood Center marked the day on Friday by wearing their red, white, and blue. #beLOVEland

LHS Student Wins College Board Academic Honors

Congratulations to Kirsten Arill, a senior at Loveland High School, for being honored by the College Board National Recognition Program. Thanks to her performance on Advanced Placement exams and other academic accomplishments, Kirsten has been recognized by the National Hispanic Recognition Program.

Loveland Show Choirs - Revolution, 2022-23 Auditions

Show Choir Audition Week

Loveland Revolution, our fantastic middle school show choir, is holding auditions. Students in grades 6-8 interested in auditioning should follow this link to register. Students will participate in a workshop every morning from Monday, September 12, through Friday, September 16. Students will learn a choreographed routine, with auditions on Thursday and Friday. The workshop is in the LIS gym before school from 6:50-7:20 am. For more information, contact Shawn Miller at Millersh@Lovelandschools.org.

LHS Student wins Midwest Film Award

Ian Parrish, a junior at Loveland High School, recently won a Golden Lion Award from the Academy of Cinematic Arts. Ian was recognized in the trailer category for his Loveland Fall Sports Hype video. The Golden Lion film festival is open to students from 12 midwestern states. You can check out his work by following this link. Congratulations, Ian!

Loveland Launches Transportation Incentive Program

Loveland City School District has launched an incentive program to help hire new bus drivers. The program includes paid training for new drivers and a referral bonus for current district employees who refer new drivers.


There’s never been a better time to help your neighbors by becoming a bus driver. Learn more about the program by following this link.


If you or someone you know is interested in driving a bus for Loveland City School District, call our Transportation Office at 513-683-3103.

School Meals Reminder

The pandemic universal free lunch program has come to an end. This year students will be required to pay for lunch or breakfast. Funds can be added to your student’s account through PaySchools Central by following this link. Students will pay with their student ID number at the checkout. We encourage families to fill out the application for free and reduced lunch through Payschools Central at the link above. In addition to free or reduced-price meals, qualifying may also lead to having student fees waived.

School Lunch List: Visit PaySchools Central to apply for Free/Reduced Lunch, and add money to your student's account. Students will pay with their ID# at checkout. The pandemic universal free lunch program is not continuing for the 2022-23 school year.
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