Tiger Talk

District Newsletter - August 28, 2022


Superintendent’s Message

Loveland Tiger Families,

We received some great news last week about our preliminary state report card data - it looks like Loveland will earn 5 stars in every rated category! The Report Card will be officially released in mid-September, but these preliminary results are a testament to the hard work of our families, students, and staff.

Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning, Dr. Stace Orso, discusses some details in the video above. Dr. Orso also delivered a presentation on the data at this week’s Board Meeting, which you can watch on the Board of Education’s YouTube page by following this link.

I made it to many of the family information night events around the district this week. It was great to see families back in the building, meeting teachers, and starting the year by building relationships.

Loveland City School District will have a 4.9 mill levy on the ballot on November 8, 2022. We now have a Levy Information page on our website, which you can reach through this link.

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

Go Tigers!

Mike Broadwater


Loveland City Schools

Introducing Loveland Tiger Pathways

Our College and Career Counselor, Drews Mitchell, has been doing great work in the district, helping guide students through career exploration, and connecting them with real-world opportunities. His great work hasn’t changed, but we wanted to make what he’s doing a little easier to understand, so more students and families can connect with him. He shares great information on Twitter, which you can find by following this link. Exposing students to the many pathways to lifelong success through enlistment, enrollment, or employment is one of our #beLOVEland Strategic Vision goals. We are excited to see this program grow.

Get Started with Loveland Robotics

Do you have a child between the ages of 6-10 who loves science and technology? Join the Loveland Robotics Boosters for an information session to learn more about starting and coaching a team. The FIRST LEGO League Explore Information Night is Tuesday, September 13, 2022, at 7 pm in the Loveland High School Cafeteria. Learn more about our great robotics programs at www.lovelandroboticsboosters.org.

For our Loveland Tiger Families

Loveland City School District occasionally shares information from community groups that may be of interest to our families.

  • Milford Area Swim Team is a year-round competitive swim team that serves students in our area. You can visit their website www.milfordswimming.org for more information on the team, and to register for the upcoming season.
  • Do you have a child in Kindergarten through 5th grade who might be interested in joining Cub Scouts? Pack 3050 is holding a Welcome Pack Meeting in the St. Columban Parish Hall at 894 Oakland Road on Tuesday, September 13 at 6:30 pm. Contact James Ward at jmrwnd@yahoo.com, or Erica Riggall at ericalriggall@gmail.com for more information.

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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