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Summer break means getting important work done at Loveland City Schools

2019-05-29T15:36:04+00:00

Summer break means getting important work done at Loveland City Schools - Letter by Dr. Amy Crouse, Loveland City School District Superintendent The days leading up to end-of-school are always busy and full of excitement, and I’m often asked if I look forward to summer vacation. The truth is, while the work over the summer changes, it doesn’t slow down much; it simply means I’m given a couple months to work with my fellow administrators and staff to make our district even better for our Tigers when they return for the new school year in August. This summer we will [...]

Summer break means getting important work done at Loveland City Schools2019-05-29T15:36:04+00:00

Loveland Board of Education Approves a Facility Master Plan

2019-04-18T17:20:39+00:00

“It is our obligation as a board of education to do all that we can to make sure our students have the educational spaces they need to advance their learning and growth.” – Art Jarvis, president At its business meeting on April 16, 2019, the Loveland Board of Education approved a facility master plan for the school district. The plan is the result of extensive work over the past year with district staff, community members and a contracted architectural firm, which has involved a broad series of community meetings and focus group sessions. In summary, the adopted master plan addresses [...]

Loveland Board of Education Approves a Facility Master Plan2019-04-18T17:20:39+00:00

Loveland Board of Education voting soon on a facility master plan for the district

2019-03-28T15:39:03+00:00

 It’s an exciting time for Building Tiger Nation! - Letter to the Loveland community by Dr. Amy Crouse, Loveland City School District Superintendent Over the past year, the Loveland City School District has intensified its work in developing a facility master plan. The last full assessment of school buildings took place in 1998 – more than two decades ago. While we’ve diligently maintained and cared for our buildings, a thorough review of the facilities had to be put off for years as we weathered the economy. In the meantime, 21st century thinking around education has funneled dramatic changes and advancements [...]

Loveland Board of Education voting soon on a facility master plan for the district2019-03-28T15:39:03+00:00

Board of Education enters into contract for option to purchase real estate

2019-04-18T19:43:51+00:00

At its March 19 business meeting, the Loveland Board of Education adopted a resolution to approve a contract for the option to purchase real estate in Clermont County. The adoption of the resolution does not indicate that land has been purchased, but is for the purpose of investigating whether approximately 110 acres of property are suitable to support a master plan that the board is anticipated to approve in April. The real estate is currently owned by the Grail, an Ohio nonprofit organization, and is part of the property known as Grailville, located on O’Bannonville Road, east of downtown Loveland. [...]

Board of Education enters into contract for option to purchase real estate2019-04-18T19:43:51+00:00

Finance Committee Update, March 6, 2019

2019-03-06T20:24:48+00:00

The Building Tiger Nation Finance Committee has met regularly since October 2018. While initially providing a deep dive into school finance, the work shifted in February to specifically focus on developing a funding recommendation for a Loveland City School District facility master plan. A master plan, along with a funding recommendation, will be presented to the Loveland Board of Education in April 2019. The board will make a final determination regarding bond issue and operating levy, and the timing for putting them to the voters. Watch Loveland City School District Treasurer/CFO Kevin Hawley in this video as he discusses the [...]

Finance Committee Update, March 6, 20192019-03-06T20:24:48+00:00