School Board made it official Wednesday night.

By Chuck Gibson

LOVELAND, OH (January 29, 2021) – By a unanimous vote of the Loveland School Board, Bradley Neavin was officially approved as the new Interim Superintendent for Loveland Schools.

STORY UPDATED – 4:30 P.M. Friday, January 29, 2021

Bradley Neavin, Is the new Interim Superintendent, Loveland City School District (Photo Credit Dayton Daily News)

All five members voted “aye” in favor of formally approving the contract and appointment of Neavin during the “Special Meeting” held Wednesday night, January 27. Board President, Dr. Kathryn Lorenz confirmed the unanimous decision in response to the question posed by Loveland Beacon.

The school board is now in the process of seeking community input regarding the search for a permanent LCSD Superintendent.

NOTE the following updated information from LCSD: Bradley Neavin has been hired to serve in the interim role while the School Board conducts a search for the new Superintendent. 

On Tuesday, February 2, at 6:00 pm, the Board of Education will hear presentations from potential search firms who will be conducting the permanent Superintendent search. These presentations will be held during the board work session and can be viewed through Zoom, by following the link under “Board Meeting” on the Board of Education’s webpage here.  As a reminder, the Board of Education for Loveland City Schools will hold its already scheduled regular work session meeting on February 2nd at 6 p.m. in the LIS/LMS Cafeteria at 757 S. Lebanon Road, Loveland, OH, 45140 for those who wish to come in person. This meeting will be held both in person and remotely. The link for the meeting will be available in advance of the meeting on the district’s website

The board is also in the process of searching for the next leader to fill the role of Loveland High School Principal. Current LHS Principal Ms. Peggy Johnson announced her retirement just last week.

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