Loveland High School

December Newsletter

LHS Families and Community:

With a snap of the finger, it is December! There is so much to be proud of when we think of the past semester. Today we will celebrate the accomplishments of our fall activities and athletics, and we will send off our football team to compete in the Colorado State Championship game at Bronco Stadium! Crossing my fingers that we will achieve our second state title this year (Marching Band 4A) through the hard work of Coach Jeffries and his team! Go Red Wolves!

I want to thank our entire community for participating in the staff appreciation donation drive. We raised $7,500 which will go towards a great holiday event for staff and will fund staff appreciation for the second semester. Well done!

The thorn in our side continues to be students who choose to vape in the bathrooms. Whether you know or not if your student vapes, please talk to them about the safety hazard and sense of insecurity that it causes for other students and staff. Please randomly search their pockets and backpacks to ensure that your student is not bringing vape pens or any other illegal substances to school. We are constantly supervising bathrooms without success - your help is needed communicating your expectations at home as well.

We are in our last couple weeks of the semester. All teachers have communicated their expectations to students for turning in work, finishing out the semester, and final exams. The final exam schedule is posted in this newsletter. Note that on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons of that week, there is time for students to visit any teacher during teacher access time for additional support wherever students might need it.

Please continue to let us know how we can support your student throughout these last couple weeks! Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.

Cheers to a very relaxing holiday season!

Michael James


Loveland High School

Student Pep Bus to Championship Football Game

Students need to buy tickets in advance from the bookkeeper's office by FRIDAY, 12/2, at NOON, and pick up a permission form from the office. A signed permission form is required to board the bus.

  • $15 ticket for the game (no standing in line at the stadium)
  • $10 bus ticket
  • $25 total due to the Bookkeeper's office
  • Bring extra money for snacks at the stadium.

Students need to be at the west side of the school at 8:45 a.m. to board the bus, and will return back to the school after the game (kickoff is at 11:00). GO, RED WOLVES!

Personal Hygiene/Toiletry Drive

For the month of December, the Peer Counseling group is collecting personal hygiene/toiletry items due to an increased need for these products in the district. Drop off your donations of unused toiletries, hygiene products, or even new underwear and socks in the Counseling Office. All of your donations go to the Thompson School District's Clothing Closet to help other students in need.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Art and Essay Contest (Pre-K - 12th)

Student contest entries are due Monday, Dec. 12, 2022 (EXTENDED DEADLINE). The Loveland Celebration will be held in-person on the evening of January 16, 2023 at Mountain View High School.

Student Contest flyers:

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Santa Breakfast Fundraiser for LHS Bands

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Important Dates

  • Friday, December 2nd - Fall Recognition Assembly

  • Beginning December 5th - Submit schedule change requests for Semester 2

  • December 13th - 16th - Semester 1 Finals (special schedule)

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