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Facility Usage Instructions and Form
For general facility use requests, please click here to access the form.
For facility use at Loveland High School, please contact Brian Conatser at 513-697-3711 or
Facilities & Grounds

Loveland prides itself on our well-maintained buildings and grounds. Our custodial and maintenance staff works to clean, repair and maintain the district’s buildings and grounds. They are also responsible for emergency maintenance and snow removal.

The summer is a busy time for our maintenance staff. In each school building, floors in every classroom and hallway are stripped and waxed. All gymnasium floors are also re-varnished. Every piece of furniture is cleaned, repaired and rotated into other rooms as needed. Rooms in each building are painted as needed. All athletic fields are maintained with stripes and lines added for fall sports. Further, all the grounds must be maintained with grass being cut as well as weeding, mulching and watering as needed.

NEW BUILDING USE FORM…as of August 1, 2009 the District has implemented a new system for requesting building use. The link and instructions to complete the new form are located above. If you have any questions, contact our Business Office at 683-5600.

Energy Improvement Plan

Loveland Schools was able to secure a $6 million in interest-free financing to make energy improvements that will provide significant savings to the District.  In August, Baird, a private equity and asset management firm, announced that it completed a $6 million bond issue for the Loveland City School District.  The bonds issued by the District are Qualified School Construction Bonds (QSCBs) provided under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and carry a 0% interest rate.  The deal is the first of its kind to be completed in Ohio and only the sixth to be completed within the U.S. since the stimulus plan was enacted in February.

The capital raised by the bond issue will be used to provide energy-efficient upgrades to school buildings such as installing motion and infrared sensors on lighting fixtures so they automatically turn on and off and heating and ventilation upgrades. Projected savings from the energy upgrade are estimated to be more than $425,000 annually, and by financing at 0% — as compared to conventional bond financing – the District was able to save more than $2,000,000 in interest expense.  The program will also yield a one-time incentive rebate of $506,450 to the district. The savings will pay for the program in less than 10 years, five years shorter than is required by Ohio law.

Moody’s Investor Service assigned an Aa3 to the District’s energy conservation bonds.  This outstanding rating affirms the District’s stable financial position supported by adequate reserves, a strong tax base, and manageable debt profile.

“Baird found the perfect fit for funding the job we needed done.  By being able to do this project now and securing interest-free financing, we can save a substantial amount of money in not only interest but in long-term energy savings,” said Loveland Treasurer/CFO Brett Griffith.

According to Griffith, the projects being funded are all driven by long-term energy and natural resource conservation and all of the projects have been analyzed and approved by the Ohio Schools Facilities Commission.

“Baird is pleased to have helped the Loveland City School District complete this bond issue,” said David Conley, Managing Director and lead banker on the deal. “The District wanted to pursue this worthwhile energy project, and the bonds available under the stimulus plan allow them to pay for the upgrades at a lower cost to taxpayers.”

At their June 2, 2009 meeting, the Board approved the first phase of these energy efficiency projects.  Each building in the district will be impacted by these improvements.  By approving these types of projects, the Board has committed to the long-term economic health and stability of the district.  Over five years the energy cost savings will be more that $2.5 million, which will continue to grow as energy costs escalate.

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    District Office: 757 South Lebanon Road, Loveland, OH 45140
    Phone: (513) 683-5600      Fax: (513) 683-5697
    Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
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