Bre Sambuchino honored at Celebrate Excellence breakfast
The Loveland City School District is pleased to announce Loveland High School (LHS) Spanish Teacher Bre Sambuchino was honored as an “Educators of the Year” at the Celebrate Excellence breakfast Friday, May 16, at the Sharonville Convention Center. Sambuchino was among 24 educators honored at the eighth annual event sponsored by the Hamilton County Education Foundation (HCEF).
“Mrs. Sambuchino is genuinely committed, devoted, and dedicated to enriching the lives of every student with whom she interacts and has the opportunity to lead,” said LHS Principal Chris Kloesz. “She thoughtfully challenges students and others to commit to life-long service and to seek ways to benefit our world. Her character, passion, and sincerity are positively contagious, and it is my privilege to have the opportunity to work with her.
“Her impact as an educator is motivated by something beyond her content area: Mrs. Sambuchino has inspired the students and staff of Loveland High School, and Loveland community, to embrace the powerful and important endeavor of service learning. Leading through positive example and motivating by way of proactive encouragement, Mrs. Sambuchino has created the LHS Senior Service Leaders organization and established a now-annual Senior Class Day of Service. We are grateful to her for her development of this program, and the positive impact she has had on our entire community.”
Bengals legend, Pro Football Hall of Fame member and youth advocate Anthony Munoz presented Sambuchino with her award.
Photo caption: Bre Sambuchino receives her Celebrate Excellence award from Anthony Munoz.