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Loveland School Board Authorizes Phase-in Bond Portion of Levy Over Three Years if Nov. 5 Issue Passes

2019-09-10T19:16:30+00:00

  Loveland School Board Authorizes Phase-in Bond Portion of Levy Over Three Years if Nov. 5 Issue Passes Phase-in would reduce initial impact to taxpayers; financial market conditions that make phase-in possible create urgency Historically low interest rates are providing a window of opportunity that the Loveland City School Board is prepared to capture for residents if the November 5 ballot issue for the district passes: The potential to phase in the collection of the bond and permanent improvement (PI) portion of the tax so that full collection takes place over three years - instead of one year. The board’s [...]

Loveland School Board Authorizes Phase-in Bond Portion of Levy Over Three Years if Nov. 5 Issue Passes2019-09-10T19:16:30+00:00

Board of Education Approves Final Resolution for November Ballot

2019-07-29T16:42:54+00:00

Board of Education approves final resolution for November ballot On July 26, 2019, the Loveland City School District Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution to place a 16.78-mill combined operating and permanent improvement/bond levy on the November 5 ballot. Approval by voters in the November election will implement the facility master plan approved by the Board of Education in April to address urgent and much-needed renovations and additions across the district, as well as provide the district operating funds for at least three years to ensure Loveland City Schools remains a strong, high-quality school district. The last operating levy [...]

Board of Education Approves Final Resolution for November Ballot2019-07-29T16:42:54+00:00

Loveland Board of Education approves resolution of necessity for combined levy/bond issue

2019-07-29T14:45:25+00:00

Loveland Board of Education approves resolution of necessity for combined levy/bond issue The Loveland City School District Board of Education has approved a resolution of necessity for a combined operating levy needed to fund daily operations of the school district, and a building and construction bond to implement the district’s facility master plan. “The Board of Education’s primary responsibility is to provide an outstanding education to the children and students in our community,” said Board President Art Jarvis. “We never take lightly our obligation to ask the taxpayers for additional funds when needed, and we, as a unanimous board, are [...]

Loveland Board of Education approves resolution of necessity for combined levy/bond issue2019-07-29T14:45:25+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

Community Meeting #3: Facility Master Plan Options

2019-04-16T18:50:43+00:00

(Update, February 27, 2019): We appreciate the input we have received from our community about the facility master plan options initially presented on January 23, 2019. The input gathered from group discussions at the community meeting and via feedback forms on this website is organized in the following categories in the attached document: (Community Input on Master Plan Options Matrix) The "pro" category includes answers to the question of how the option specifically addresses the needs of students and facilities, and why it is likable and positive.  The "con" category includes comments on how the option fails to address the needs [...]

Community Meeting #3: Facility Master Plan Options2019-04-16T18:50:43+00:00