News Release – Loveland Schools

The entire senior class at Loveland High School (LHS) spent Wednesday, October 16 volunteering at nonprofits throughout the area.

Students assembled at New Hope Baptist Church to start the day with presenters sharing the value and impact of community service.

The Senior class members then spent the afternoon assisting at a range of local organizations and agencies, including: Bethany House, Cincinnati Parks, Freestore Foodbank, Grailville, Granny’s Garden, Greenacres, Hands Against Hunger, Interfaith Hospitality Network, Nest, New Life Furniture, Play Library, Stepping Stones, St. Francis Seraph School, St. Vincent De Paul and Valley View.

“Our eighth annual Senior Service Day was a great success,” said LHS Principal Peggy Johnson. 

The students also assisted in various projects at school campuses across the district. Throughout the day, students shared their efforts and experiences on social media, using the Twitter hashtag #makeyourmark.

“I appreciate all the hard work that went into the planning and organization of the event, which involved nearly 400 students, educators and additional volunteers,” Johnson said.

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Photo caption: One group of Loveland High School seniors spent Senior Service Day at Valley View, a nonprofit organization in Milford with a mission of conserving land, preserving history and sharing it with the community.