Tiger excellence, celebrated
It was standing room only in the Loveland High School (LHS) gymnasium Tuesday, May 27, as LHS Principal Chris Kloesz greeted students, staff and parents for the second annual Celebration of Tiger Excellence awards ceremony. LHS recognized a total of 502 students for participation in various club activities, math contest awards, science awards, Thespian membership, Student Council, Tigers in Service, newspaper staff, yearbook staff, leadership seminars and conferences, and general academics.
In addition, LHS Physics Teacher Robert Wagner was honored as the PTO 2014 Seniors' Choice Educator of the Year. This nomination is made exclusively by seniors; in the formal nomination LHS Senior Beth Rawson wrote, "Mr. Wagner challenges us by giving us more freedom to independently be responsible for our education. He makes us think outside of the box while assisting us along the way.”
Principal Kloesz concluded the ceremony by announcing the two seniors – one male and one female student – who received his Tiger Integrity Award. This year’s winners are Emily Hoff and Brian Popp.
“The recipients of this award are graduating seniors who have consistently represented Loveland High School and The Tiger Way,” said LHS Principal Chris Kloesz. “In the areas of scholastic pursuits, positive leadership, service to others, and respect for school, community, and education – they are a model for their peers, and I’m honored to present them with this award.”
To view the complete list of all 502 students who were recognized, click on the downloadable file.
Photo caption: LHS Principal Chris Kloesz addresses a full house in the LHS gym for the Tiger Excellence Award Presentation Tuesday, May 27.