Public sessions for community input have already begun. Community Session 2 is Wednesday, February 23 at 6 pm in the LMS Cafeteria. Keep watch on the school website to learn when your next opportunity to join in will be. Right now, LCSD has released an online survey for input from the community. They want to hear from YOU.
CLICK HERE to link to the survey
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UPDATED STORY: 5:45 P.M Friday, February 18, 2022 – Here is the latest from LCSD Superintendent Mike Broadwater:
tiger talk – Superintendent’s Message
Loveland Tiger Families,
Our Strategic Vision process is underway. Over the next few months, we will create a plan for the district with some specific action steps we need to take. I think this will be a great opportunity to rally our community together to create a shared vision of the future for our students.
YOU are an important part of this process too. A Community Input Session will be held on Wednesday, February 23 at 6 pm in the Loveland Middle School cafeteria. Please attend this meeting to learn more and give us your feedback.
Our Portrait of a Tiger will be an important part of the Strategic Vision. It was created with a lot of input in 2018, and 2019. Please take 5 minutes to follow this link and complete Community Input Survey #1 to give us your thoughts on the Portrait of a Tiger. Share it with other parents and other community members if you can, because we want to make sure we’re hearing from as many people as possible.
Also, we are building a Strategic Vision Design Team, which will be made up of about 100 people, including parents, students, staff, and community members. If you feel called to help us with this process, please take a moment to follow this link fill out this Design Team Interest Form. We will be finalizing this team soon!
We also want to make sure the voices of our students are heard. Students in grades 4-12 are being asked to complete an anonymous survey that will give the district important feedback. This is a student perception survey that provides insights into what matters most to student success, both now, and in the future. The tool allows our district leaders to get a snapshot of student attitudes about four key themes that are essential for students: hope, engagement, belonging, and 21st-century learning.
Results are aggregated at the district level only, and no identifying information is captured about students or teachers. It will only be given this one time and will help our partner, Battelle for Kids, to guide our stakeholders through the Strategic Vision process. The survey should take about 15 minutes and will be administered at school during February 22 and February 28 in a way that minimizes disruption to learning.
If you have questions about the survey process or any concerns, please reach out to your student’s building principal.
Loveland City Schools