Loveland District Director of Student Athletics Julie Renner takes position outside education
Loveland High School (LHS) has announced that District Director of Student Athletics Julie Renner accepted a position with FinalForms, a national athletic management solution company, and her final day will be March 2.
“I would not be telling the truth if I said this was an easy decision; the last four and a half years I have spent at Loveland have been a blessing,” said Renner. “My husband took a new position at Marshall University this past summer, moving our family home to West Virginia. Therefore, I have accepted this new position so we can live together as a family.
“Loveland High School is a wonderful school, in an outstanding district and community. I cannot say enough about the caring school staff and coaching staff that I have been privileged to work with over these past four years. Moreover, the parents, adults and Booster organizations who work so hard to support this school to make it the best place for not just a few kids but for all students. I will miss the students so much. They hold a special place in my heart and many memories which will be forever stamped in my mind.”
“We often say, ‘Once a Tiger, always a Tiger’ and this is certainly true of our feelings for Mrs. Renner,” said LHS Principal Peggy Johnson. “We – the administration, the staff and the students – will certainly miss the spirit she has brought to this role, but we are also so excited for this unique professional opportunity for her.”
Renner has served the district in the position of director of student athletics since 2013, and has helped manage a state champion football team, a state champion wrestler, and a state champion Lady Tiger soccer team during her tenure.
“I would like to extend my gratitude to the Board of Education, the Loveland Athletic Boosters, the Athletic Department and the entire administrative team,” said Renner. “I would like to thank everyone for making my work environment enjoyable and giving me the opportunity to work with students every day. I greatly appreciate all of your support and guidance over the tenure of my employment.”
The district will announce a transition plan in the very near future.