Mike Broadwater, Superintendent Loveland School District responded to No vote

By Chuck Gibson 

LOVELAND, OH (November 9, 2022) – In the wake of a narrowly defeated 4.9 mill operating levy, Loveland City School District Superintendent Mike Broadwater delivered a message of thanksgiving and hope with a promise to continue working hard for the kids and the community in Loveland. 

Mike Broadwater, Superintendent, Loveland City School District (Provided)

CLICK HERE to watch video of Mike Broadwater’s message to the community following the levy defeat. 

See below for text of his message: 

Loveland Tiger Families,

While our operating levy request was not approved by voters, every member of our Loveland City School District will continue to work hard, provide a great educational experience, and take care of our Loveland Tiger students.

Thank you to everyone who showed their support, and we will listen to the feedback from our community and continue to learn from it.

The administration will be working with the Board of Education in the months ahead to decide the next steps to address the District’s ongoing financial challenges. At this point, no decisions have been made about future funding requests or budget cuts.

As always, if you have any questions, just send me an email: broadwmi@lovelandschools.org

Go Tigers!

 

Mike Broadwater

Superintendent

Loveland City Schools

The  final vote tally for both Hamilton County and Clermont County was 13,559 votes with

  • 6,555 FOR the levy and
  • 7,004 AGAINST the 4.9 mill operating levy for the Loveland City School District.
  • That equates to a 48.4 % FOR and
  • 51.6 % AGAINST.
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