Art in the community, fundraising walk, and a perfect score highlight stories from Loveland Schools

SCHOOL NEWS: From LCSD “Tiger Talk” 

LOVELAND, OH (October 16, 2020) – Here is the complete text of Tiger Talk released by Loveland Schools Friday afternoon, October 16, 2020.

Keeping Our Tiger Family Informed

This school year has been full of challenges and changes as we adapt to COVID-19 restrictions. To help our families have access to all the information and resources they need, we have added a “Frequently Asked Questions” area on the “Reopening Plan” section the district website. You can access it here.
Loveland Intermediate School Remote Students of the Week with certificates

Going the Extra Mile to Recognize LIS Remote Students of the Week

Congratulations to the Loveland Intermediate School Remote Students of the Week.

Isla Gruffyd, Jackson Cocco, and Elizabeth Miranda were recognized at the 5th grade level and Claire Plunkett, Jayden Andry, and Liam Manly were recognized among 6th graders. LIS Principal Garth Carlier traveled to each student’s home to deliver their certificates. Great work to our winners, including the two who weren’t home for photos!


Sofia Reiss, Piper Schaeffer, Lilly Fahrenbach in front of their art work

Loveland Students Brighten Community With Art

Sofia Reiss, Piper Schaeffer, Lilly Fahrenbach (seated from left to right) helped serve the community by adding an artistic touch to Life Food Pantry’s new storefront in the Shoppers Haven Plaza on Loveland Madeira Rd. “I have a goal to connect Art, the schools, and the community to help build a strong support system where we live everyday,” says LMS art teacher Jeff Flaig.

The 8th graders at Loveland Middle School were able to showcase their talents with some lovely window painting to help brighten up the plaza. “If there are more art opportunities throughout the community please reach out as we would love to provide additional opportunities for our students,” Flaig said.

Nicole Pedicini

Perfect Score for Loveland Junior

Congratulations to Loveland High School junior, Nicole Pedicini. Nicole scored a perfect 36 on her ACT!

Prevention First Survey Results for 2020

Loveland continued its improvement in the most recent Prevention First 2020 Student Survey. The Prevention First survey allows students to self-report their conduct and was administered last fall. The survey found decreases in alcohol, cigarettes, marijuana and prescription drug use. The survey shows the impact of Loveland Advocating Against Alcohol and Drugs (LEAAD) and the importance of educating children about the dangers of substances. One of the biggest changes is that the perception of harm of electronic vaping products increased by 28% and vape use decreased from more than 12% in the previous survey to 5.7% in the most recent results.
Prevention First Survey students reporting decreases in self-reported use of alcohol, cigarettes, marijuana, prescription drugs, and e-vape.
Loveland Students Celebrating Walk-a-thon

Big Turnout for LEPTA Walk-a-thon

The Loveland Elementary PTA hit 97% of its fundraising goal with this year’s Fall Walk-a-thon. LECC, LES, & LPS participated in the virtual event that allowed students to choose their own time and route. As a whole, LEPTA raised $38,995 toward a goal of $40,000. Thank you to everyone who helped out.
Don't forget, no school, in-service day, Friday, October 23

Loveland Planning Commission Neighborhood Chat

The Loveland City School District’s Planning Commission wants your input regarding the future of our schools. The Planning Commission is hosting a series of Neighborhood Chats throughout the school district in the upcoming months. The purpose is to listen to the community and get feedback. The next LCSD Planning Commission Neighborhood Chat will be Thursday, October 22 from 6:30-7:30 meeting in the parking lot at St. Columban Church, 894 Oakland Road. Questions may be directed to

For more information about the Planning Commission, please visit:

District COVID-19 Data 10/10-10/16