District releases updated “Thought Exchange” to aid in search for new Superintendent
By Chuck Gibson
LOVELAND, OH (March 19, 2021) – The Loveland City School District (LCSD) today sent out information to parents and the community via email and social media seeking their thoughts on the next school superintendent.
Current Superintendent Brad Neavin has set a lofty goal of 100-percent community engagement in the search process for a new LCSD Superintendent.
“I told the school board 100 percent,” said Neavin. “It’s a goal.”
In an interesting development today, parents of Loveland Schools students received a “Tiger Talk” news letter which included a link to the “Thought Exchange” for the Superintendent Search and then, moments later received an updated message from LCSD with an updated “Though Exchange” link.
Here is the full context of the most recent updated information for parents and the community. The following text includes the up-to-date “Thought Exchange” links:
Loveland Artists Shine in State Competition
Two Loveland High School art students have artwork on display in the Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition. Lorna Haynes, grade 11, had her work “Childhood Memories” selected (below). Lilly Rohling, grade 12, had her stop motion video “On Earth” selected. Among 10,000 works submitted for the exhibition, only 300 works are selected, so this is quite an accomplishment for our Loveland artists. Learn more about the exhibition here.
Both Lilly and Lorna are students in AP Studio Art. Lilly has been accepted to many of the major art schools in the country and is currently deciding where she’ll attend.