Loveland City Schools names new assistant superintendent
The Loveland City School District welcomes Keith Koehne as the new assistant superintendent of human resources (HR). The Board of Education approved a 2-year contract for Koehne at the April 16 Business Meeting.
“Mr. Koehne has a tremendous reputation in Southwest Ohio as a progressive school leader,” said Dr. John Marschhausen, Loveland superintendent. “He will be a wonderful addition to the leadership team with Loveland City Schools.”
Koehne earned his bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Miami University and his master’s degree in educational administration from Xavier University. He has spent 19 years serving children in the Mariemont City School District, starting as a teacher there in 1994. During his tenure, he also served as the Fairfax Elementary principal (2002-2004), the Mariemont Junior High School principal (2004-present) and the Mariemont City Schools technology director (2007-present).
“Mr. Koehne is well respected for the advancements he has made during his time at the Mariemont City School District,” said Chad Hilliker, current assistant superintendent of HR. “He brings a wealth of administrative experience to the district; he will be a valuable asset to our administrative team.”
"It is an honor to be a part of the Loveland City Schools leadership team,” said Koehne. “My career has been devoted to helping students and teachers perform at their absolute best. Loveland has an outstanding reputation for academic excellence and student centered instruction. I am looking forward to meeting everyone responsible for that success, learning more about the formula for these accomplishments, and contributing to even greater success in the future."
Koehne will replace Chad Hilliker in the assistant superintendent position. Hilliker is replacing Dr. Marschhausen as superintendent of Loveland City Schools May 1. Dr. Marschhausen accepted a superintendent position at the Hilliard City School District.
Photo caption: Keith Koehne pictured with his wife, Erin, and the couple’s four sons, Sam, Matthew, Charlie and Joseph, at the Board of Education Business Meeting.