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By Chuck Gibson

LOVELAND, OH (August 22,2022) –  The first ‘Tiger Talk” school newsletter for the new school year hit the wires Sunday, August 21. 

Loveland Schools Superintendent Mike Broadwater began his first message of the new school year with “We had a great start to the school year this week.” and touched on a variety of school topics. He took time to mention the new Loveland Police Chief (Michael Gabrielson) and the officers who will serve Loveland Schools as School Resource Officers.  All staff and students across the district are going through new training this year to prepare them for school crisis situations. On a fun note, Broadwater joined other LCSD staff in a dunking booth Friday evening to benefit the Anthony Munoz foundation. 

Pink Ribbon Game shirt (Image provided)

Continuing on the path of games to benefit a cause. . . 

PINK RIBBON GAME is set for September 9, vs. Kings

Loveland High School takes on Kings in this year’s Pink Ribbon Game. The game takes place Friday, September 9 at Kings. Get your Pink Ribbon Game shirt and support the Pink Ribbon Girls organization. Shirts are $15, and the deadline to order is August 23. Check to order.

Look for your edition of TIGER TALK – Loveland School Newsletter for all the latest weekly school news.