Loveland City School District launched a new website this week. The web address of www.lovelandschools.org will remain the same, but visitors to the site will see a new interface. The site remains under construction and may change as we make improvements. This is the first of several communications and technology improvements that the district will be working to implement this summer.
“Communication is one of the Board’s commitments, a commitment that is responsive to clear direction from the Loveland City Schools community. We are excited to be taking these steps forward,” said Superintendent Brad Neavin.
Parents will also be receiving an email this week from Final Forms, the district’s new service for new student registration, Emergency Medical Authorizations (EMAs), and alternative transportation requests. Parents should look for this email and complete the required documentation for Final Forms.
The new Loveland Schools website uses a responsive design, to make it easier to navigate on mobile devices. Additionally, the district will be launching a mobile app that will allow parents and community members to get notification alerts when news items and other important information is posted to the site.
District Administrative Hires
More additions have been made to the Loveland City School District’s administrative team. During the Board Meeting on June 29, Sarah Gehring was hired as the new principal of Loveland Early Childhood Center (LECC). She has served as Assistant Principal at Loveland Middle School.
Amanda Robinson has been hired as assistant principal of Loveland Middle School (LMS). She comes to Loveland City Schools from Middletown City Schools, where she most recently served as assistant principal at Middletown Middle School.
Rounding out the administrative team is John Hart, who was hired earlier this summer as Assistant Principal of Loveland Intermediate School. He moves into that position after serving for seven years as a teacher in Loveland City Schools.
Local Author Series at Loveland Museum Center
The Loveland Museum Center is hosting a Local Authors Series through October. Some of our talented Loveland authors have agreed to do readings, discuss and sign their books. Several local authors have written children’s books, which might be of interest to our Tiger families. The readings all take place from 1:30-2:30 pm on Sunday afternoons in the museum.