A message from Superintendent Mike Broadwater

and more news from LCSD

TIGER TALK: Loveland Schools 

LOVELAND, OH (September 24, 2021) – Here is Tiger Talk from the Loveland City School District (LCSD) for this week ending Friday, 9/24/21. 

LCSD Superintendent Mike Broadwater (Provided)

Superintendent’s Message

Loveland Tiger families,

Our most recent COVID dashboard will be released on Monday, as usual. The Friday snapshot I viewed today shows that things are still going well in our Loveland City Schools community, with only a few cases and quarantines. There will be no change to our masking policy and I appreciate everyone working together to keep our kids in school where they learn best. It’s been a great year so far!

This week, we are officially launching our new social media campaign, #beLOVEland. During my brief time in the district, I’ve already noticed how Loveland is the perfect name for this community because love for our students is what connects us all. 

#beLOVEland is our effort to recognize the special connections that exist between our students, families, staff, and community. Those relationships are what truly make our Loveland City Schools community a great place for all of us to learn, live, and work together.

This video will introduce you to Brady Burns from Loveland High School, who launched a cool community service project with his 3rd-grade teacher, Melissa Prenger at LES. The bookfair and the fundraising effort both begin next week.


Go Tigers!

Mike Broadwater,

Superintendent Loveland City Schools


8 LHS Students Commended National Merit Scholars

8 LHS students are “Commended Students” in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program. They are:  Allison Oh, Olivia Abram, Jackson Abram, Kyle Becker, Steven Muir, Jonathan Muir, Evan Rasmussen, Caden Swartz. They join Jeremy Case, Alexander Harlow, and Nicole Pedicini who were recently named National Merit Semifinalists. Congratulations to all theTiger scholars!

Loveland Earns “A” in NICHE Ranking

Loveland City School District was recently recognized with an “A” rating in the Niche Rankings of school districts. Our ranking places the district in the top 10% in the state of Ohio and among the best in the Cincinnati area. Our teachers were also recognized with an “A+” in the report.
CLICK HERE to read the full story which appeared Thursday, September 23, in Loveland Beacon. 

Recapping “Caps for a Cure”

Our students at Loveland Intermediate School (LIS) and Loveland Middle School (LMS) got a chance to wear hats to school on Friday, September 24 as part of “Caps for a Cure.” September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. To raise money in honor of Grant Wolf benefitting the Cure Starts Now, students could donate $1 and for their donation, be allowed to wear a cap to school.

Grant was a 7-year-old at LES who last year succumbed to Medulloblastoma. The community came together to form Grant’s Wolf Pack, supporting him and his family. The effort continues in his memory. Our students appreciated a chance to mix things up with some fun hats today, and even the administrators and Central Office staff got in on it too. Thank you to everyone who donated!

Support our Loveland Music Booster during the 1st Music Trail Run/Walk 5K!

This family event takes place Saturday, October 9, 2021, at Home of the Brave Park.

It’s great for runners or walkers and includes a kids’ fun run and food trucks. You must register by September 30. Learn more and sign-up by following this link.

Homecoming is NEXT WEEKEND! 

Next week is Homecoming Week for Loveland High School. The parade is scheduled for Thursday, September 30, with the Homecoming Game against Walnut Hills on Friday, October 1. The LHS Homecoming Dance will take place Saturday, October 2.

Homecoming is a special week for our students, and a great opportunity to welcome our alumni back to the Loveland City School District. We will be sharing updates daily on social media about how everyone can be involved.

As in years past, student choice drives and determines the celebrations and activities of Homecoming week. This year, there will be 6 members of the senior class Homecoming court, and 6 members of the court from grades 9-11. All members of the Homecoming Court, along with their dates or attendants will be recognized at halftime of the Homecoming football game on Friday.

Each of the 6 members of the senior Homecoming court will be voted on by their peers for the recognition of Royal Tiger. We know some community members have had questions about the change to our Homecoming court process and the term “Royal Tiger” has thrown some people. This change is an opportunity for a single Loveland High School senior to be honored by their peers, rather than students voting individually on a King and Queen (who may or may not be a couple) as has been done in years past.

Community Newsletter

We are working to improve communication with the Loveland City Schools community, beyond our staff and parents. Our first Community Newsletter will be going out in a few weeks. If you have a neighbor or friend you think would be interested in learning more about what’s going on in Loveland City Schools, please invite them to sign up. Share this link and they can be added to our email list. Parents will automatically get this newsletter!