Keeping up with ‘Tiger Talk’ from Loveland Schools 

Tiger Talk District Newsletter,


Superintendent’s Message:

Loveland Tiger Families,

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the short video clip above tells a priceless story about what it means to #beLOVEland.

The young man being cheered on by his classmates in the Loveland Elementary School gym is Braiden. He suffered a traumatic brain injury as the result of a stroke when he was just a newborn. He’s been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and a variety of neurological and physical issues – but it’s clear that he’s just another Loveland Tiger to his classmates.

His grandmother said that when COVID caused schools to close he suffered a big setback, but she praised his teachers for going above and beyond to support him during remote learning.

“Every teacher, every aide, every therapist, and school employee that has crossed his path has touched his life and played such a huge, positive role in his achievements and who he has grown to be today. They have met him where he was and built on what was already in place. They have all helped to boost his confidence during his journey,” his grandmother told us.

What’s special about the moment captured in that video is that his classmates were cheering him on – not because anyone told them to, but just because that’s the kind of kids they are. This is exactly what our #beLOVEland spirit is about – people bringing their best selves every day in service to our students and community.

To our parents – you should be proud of the way your kids show up for their friends.

To our staff – thank you for meeting every kid where they are and making every day special.

To Braiden – keep swinging for the fences.

Go Tigers!


Mike Broadwater,


Loveland City Schools

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Loveland Leadership and Ethics Group has First Meeting

There is a new group at Loveland High School, thanks to interest from some of our students. After some of our students attended a recent Ethical Leadership seminar from the West Point Society of Cincinnati, the LHS Leadership and Ethics Group was born. Founding members Cole Brock, Joey Combs, Orhan Ozbudak, and Trent Saemann held their first meeting this week and completed a values assessment. They’ll gather together in the months ahead and wrestle with topics to stretch their ethical reasoning and leadership skills.

Team CoUREage 3.0 Lights Up Loveland This Weekend!

Team CoUREage 3.0 has nearly reached the halfway mark of its fundraising efforts – bringing in $24,000 toward the goal! Team CoUREage3.0 is a group of Loveland High School students who are raising money to fight cancer, as part of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Student of the Year Campaign. They have been hosting events like Give Back Nights with local businesses, raising money through raffle ticket sales, and doing it all in an effort to fight childhood cancers.

This Saturday starting at 6:30 pm, they’re hosting “Light Up Loveland” a one-mile walk at Nisbet Park. The walk honors Grant Wolf, Tina Eubanks, and all other loved ones lost to cancer. It is free to participate in the walk, but Team CoUREage 3.0 will be selling glow sticks and t-shirts to support their fundraising efforts. Help make our Loveland community a bright light in the world and help fight cancer.

You can also support the effort by grabbing lunch or dinner at Kirby’s on Saturday. 15% of all sales will be going to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

You can also make a donation here: Students of the Year Cincinnati (

Have “Breakfast with the Bots”

Join our Loveland Robotics teams for a special event and fundraiser called “Breakfast with the Bots” on Saturday, April 9. They’ll be in the LHS Cafeteria from 8 am-noon showing off our award-winning robotics teams. There will be fun STEM activities for kids and a chance for visitors to drive the robots. Proceeds support our Loveland Robotics programs. Get more information here:

Run Like A Tiger in a Fun 5K

Join the Loveland Middle School/Intermediate School Parent Teacher Student Association as they host a Fun 5K next month. Saturday, April 23, 2022, at 5 pm, join together with your neighbors and friends for a great event. The 5K at Nisbet Park will be chip-timed and take runners, walkers, and strollers out and back on the Bike Trail. Raffle prizes and awards for the winners of each male and female age group. Register by following this link and get a free t-shirt if you sign-up by April 20! If you have questions email


Kindergarten Registration is Open!

It’s time for your young student to become a Loveland Tiger! If your child will be five years old on or before September 30, 2022, they are eligible to register for the Class of 2035. We are working to accommodate everyone who wants full-day Kindergarten. Please complete registration by following this link to our website.


Plant a Tree, Help LHS Environmental Club

The Loveland High School Environmental Club wants your help planting trees. Our students have partnered with a group called Tree-Plenish, whose mission is to encourage sustainability by offsetting paper use by planting trees. The LHS Environmental Club’s goal is to plant 200 trees during an event on April 20, 2022. You can help by ordering a tree for $5 through their event website at this link before March 20. Trees can be picked up at school or delivered to your home. Thank you for supporting the Loveland High School Environmental Club!