LHS TIGER TALK
September 30, 2022
Good Afternoon Loveland High School Families,
Next week is Homecoming Week! Students are getting excited for this upcoming week that will be filled with events, a parade, game, and of course the dance! More information regarding homecoming can be found below.
This week we realized a glitch in our email system. Unfortunately, some of your emails sent to our staff never made it to their inbox. If you have reached out to a staff member and not heard back, please try again. Our staff wants to support your student and we want to communicate with you!
Have a great weekend!
Adam Reed, Brian Conatser, Mary Beth Corbin, and Rich Bryant
Important Information about Homecoming Tickets
For a video tutorial of how to purchase the tickets, click here.
- If students are bringing a guest, they no longer need a paper form. The online ticket page will have a section where they can purchase a " Guest Ticket" and enter in the guest's information.
- If a Loveland student is purchasing a ticket for another Loveland student, a separate purchase will need to be made using the other student’s lunch code.
- Homecoming court is awarded a complimentary ticket; however their guests will still need to purchase a ticket.
- Students are not to bring water bottles or containers of any sort. One water bottle will be provided for them; they can write their name on the bottle with a marker. Students will also get a ticket upon entry for a complimentary Kona ice.
- Students are advised to wear flat shoes (as opposed to heels) due to the grass flooring.
IMPORTANT: Students with incomplete Final Forms as of Thursday, September 29th will not be able to purchase tickets online. This means that both the parent and the student must have signed off on the Final Forms in order for the student to be eligible to purchase a ticket. Both students and parents who have incomplete forms have been notified via email. Students who complete their Final Forms after September 29th will need to see me in the main office.
Picture Retake Day is October 11
If your student DID NOT get their picture taken on the first day of school, Lifetouch will be here again on October 11. Please visit mylifetouch.com and enter in code EVTRCHS64 to order pictures online. Hard copy orders are also available in the main office.
If you are not satisfied with the pictures that were ordered, please return the original package to school on October 11 and they will be able to get it retaken.
News from the Office of School Counseling
HOMECOMING FOOD DRIVE
The LHS Leadership & Ethics Group is sponsoring a Homecoming food drive for the LIFE Food Pantry. It will take place on Tuesday, October 4 through Friday, October 7. Tables will be set up from 7:15am-7:45am those mornings by both main entrances to the building to collect non-perishable food items. We will also have a table just outside of the stadium for the homecoming football game that night from 6:15pm-7:00pm. Please contact Cole Brock at email@example.com with any questions. Thank you for supporting LIFE Food Pantry!
ATTENTION SENIOR PARENTS
The Loveland High School College and Career Lecture Series continues with an important event for seniors and their parents/guardians. A Financial Aid Informational presentation will take place on Tuesday, October 18 from 7:00pm-8:00pm. This virtual event will be hosted by Mr. Mike Garcia from Xavier University and will offer an overview of financial aid as well as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This particular event is designed for seniors and their parents/guardians, but all are welcome. Click on this link to register - https://admissions.xavier.edu/register/lovelandhsfafsa2022
Please also note that the FAFSA is available to seniors on October 1. See this link for the details - https://studentaid.gov/apply-for-aid/fafsa/filling-out
Feel free to reach out to your school counselor with any questions. We are happy to help!
IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR EXPLORATION WEDNESDAY
Attention students and parents/guardians: LHS is excited for Exploration Wednesday on October 12! As a reminder, our seniors can choose what they would like to explore. This can be related to career, college or community service. Our sophomores and juniors will be taking a career/college assessment that they chose last spring and the freshman will be participating in community development activities. Here’s a breakdown of information for each grade level:
Seniors - Please see this link for a reminder of your options - 2022 Senior Exploration Day Flyer. You will be off-site all day.
Juniors and Sophomores - Test selections and room assignments will be posted by the cafeteria. Everyone needs to be in their testing room by 7:40 am that day. Please note the following assessment-specific instructions:
ASVAB - please bring two, sharpened #2 pencils
Practice ACT - please bring a fully charged electronic device; while a calculator is embedded in program, you are welcome to bring your own if you wish
PSAT - please see this link for specific details - Steps for Success with PSAT/NMSQT Testing
WorkKeys - please bring a calculator
All students are welcome to bring a bottle of water and a snack.
Freshmen - please report to the cafeteria by 7:45 am for the start of your activities.
Also, please remember that all freshmen, sophomores and juniors will be released to lunch or to leave for the day at the end of testing. We trust that it will be a very meaningful day for the students. Feel free to contact your school counselor with any questions.
Is your Student considering a career in Healthcare?
HealthForce 2022 is for you! This in-person informational event takes place on Tuesday, November 1 from 8:15am until 11:20am at the Great Wolf Lodge Conference Center. High school and college students will have the opportunity to connect with local healthcare professionals and educational institutions. The event includes:
- Career Exploration - all types of professions within healthcare
- More than 2 dozen exhibitors from regional healthcare organizations
- Healthcare Industry Panel discussion
- Information about work-based learning opportunities
- Learn about post-secondary education, training, and apprenticeship opportunities
- Several chances to win prizes, and more!
This event is open to all LHS students. Please click on this link to learn more and to register - HealthForce Career Fair 2022 - Registration Information
The deadline to register is Friday, October 21. Feel free to contact Mr. Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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!
Ready to Save the Day for Loveland Students?
Loveland City Schools is currently hiring substitute teachers and educational aides through our partnership with Sub Solutions. Our school needs community members to help when a staff member is absent.
First step is to complete a job application at www.SubSolutions.org. Click ‘new subs’ and the appropriate icon.
Questions? Call Twyla Hoyle with Sub Solutions at 513.674.4589.
Thursday, October 6 Homecoming Parade
Friday, October 7 Homecoming Football Game
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
Monday, October 24 National Honor Society Inductions
Thursday, October 27 LHS Orchestra Halloween Concert
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.