‘Town Hall’ meetings is one way he has gone about learning through engagement of the community to teach the administration what the community wants for the kids. Two Town Hall meetings are scheduled for this month of February with the first one coming up this Wednesday, February 7th, at 6 p.m. in Loveland Elementary School. The second one this month is scheduled for Loveland Middle School on Wednesday, February 28th at 6 p.m.
The Loveland City School District (LCSD) has been very consistent about delivering that message since his arrival as Superintendent. Not only has it been his priority for the students in classrooms, but just as importantly for the leadership, faculty and staff to learn. Mike Broadwater has made consistently engaging with the community a principle method of learning what the public wants. It was made evident in his unending efforts to meet personally with individuals and with small groups throughout information sessions during the school tax levy campaign. That effort now continues in regularly scheduled “Town Hall” meetings where the public has an opportunity to share their ideas and hopes for the students and the Loveland Schools overall.
Here is Mike Broadwater’s Superintendent’s message about the importance of “lifelong learning” and the upcoming ‘Town Hall’ meetings from the most recent edition of the District Newsletter-Tiger Talk:
Loveland Tiger Families,
One of the most important skills we can cultivate in our students is the desire to be a lifelong learner. It’s important that when the school day ends, you remain curious and willing to learn.
We have been putting that message into action this year through our community engagement efforts. I want to continue to learn from our community about how we can improve Loveland City Schools. You have two opportunities this month to attend a Town Hall Meeting:
- Wednesday, February 7, at 6 pm, at Loveland Elementary School
- Wednesday, February 28, at 6 pm, at Loveland Middle School
During our Town Hall Meetings, you’ll learn more about the work we do here in Loveland City Schools, and more importantly, you’ll provide us with important feedback. Consider taking about an hour of your time to attend one of these interactive community discussions. Or you can take a few minutes to follow this link to our community feedback survey. You can RSVP for our Town Halls and learn more about our community engagement work at www.lovelandschools.org/engage.
Feel free to send me an email at: email@example.com.
Mike Broadwater, Superintendent, Loveland City Schools
It’s a committment. It takes a committment from all sides, the administration, the staff, teachers, students and especially the community. These meetings proice an opportunity to be heard, to be seen, and most importantly to provide tangible support for our next generation and the generations to follow.
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