Virtual parent/teacher conferences and congrats to student athletes

TIGER TALK: Loveland City School District 

LOVELAND, OH (November 14, 2020) –  Here is Tiger Talk – the Loveland City School District week in review sent out every Friday to the Loveland School community and media.  (Note: this edition was edited to excluded content of school board statement previously published on Loveland Beacon)

Loveland Student-Athletes Mark Fall Signing Day

Congratulations to all of our outstanding student-athletes who made announcements on 2020 National Fall Signing Day at Loveland High School.

  • Sarah Lolli – Water Polo – Indiana University

  • Connor Ruble – Tennis – Wittenberg University

  • Lauren Donovan – Soccer – University of Minnesota

  • Carly Wilhoite – Lacrosse – University of Tampa

  • Hanna Wenger – Lacrosse – University of Central Michigan

  • Josey Storm – Lacrosse – Notre Dame College

  • Sherron Peacock – Bowling – University of Tiffin

  • Brock Perkins – Baseball – Bluffton University

  • Spencer Rodriguez – Baseball – Clark State Community College

  • Jenna Batsch – Basketball – Kent State University

We are proud of our student-athletes who have represented Loveland High School in the classroom and in their chosen sports. Go Tigers!


Conferences (and dinner!) thanks to MINT PTSA

Virtual parent-teacher conferences were held this week, and thanks to MINT PTSA our Loveland Middle and Intermediate School teachers didn’t go hungry. The PTSA provided dinner to teachers as appreciation for offering flexibility and after-hours dedication to students and parents. We love to see the community thanking our staff for their hard work and dedication!


Congratulations to all our Tiger Cross Country Runners

After making it to the OHSAA Cross Country State Championships for the first time in 49 years, our Loveland High School Boys wrapped up a fantastic season by finishing 7th! Girls Cross Country Runner Emmy Sager also competed at state and we are so proud of their hard work and dedication!

Sharing the Holiday Spirit

The Loveland Initiative is hosting its Annual Christmas Toy Store. The group is working to make sure that no child misses the Christmas experience. With the Annual Toy Store, the Loveland Initiative makes the holiday a wonderful experience for low-income parents and their children. Due to COVID restrictions, the school buildings are not able to accept donations. Donations of new, unwrapped toys and gifts or gift cards can be dropped off at Marco’s Pizza 902 Loveland-Madeira Road.

View the suggested gift list and get more information here.

Loveland High School Arts and Crafts Expo Coming Up

The Loveland High School Arts and Crafts Expo is scheduled to take place Saturday, November, 21 from 9:30 am to 3 pm at the OASIS Conference Center. There will be more than 200 artists and crafters with unique hand-crafted items including jewelry, woodcrafts, candles, and more. Adult admission is $4 and a donation of a non-perishable food item to the LIFE Food Pantry gets you a free raffle ticket. Because of current restrictions, face masks are required for entry and there is a limit of 200 guests per hour. You can sign up for your time to attend here.


Loveland City Schools Covid Data available by following link