Leaders in training
Loveland High School (LHS) students joined peers from across the state Wednesday, Sept. 24, for the Mayerson Foundation Student Service Leadership Workshop on the University of Cincinnati campus. The students had the opportunity to engage in breakout sessions that focused on different aspects of service and leadership.
"This was my second time attending the Mayerson Student Service Leadership Workshop and it has never failed to change my perspective,” said Maddi Weiler, LHS senior. “This workshop motivates me to want to make a difference in the Greater Cincinnati community with the help of my peers. It was a perfect way to get me even more excited about our upcoming Senior Service Day."
This coming October 15 marks Loveland High School’s third annual Senior Service Day event; all 350 members of the senior class will take part in being of service to 13 worthy Cincinnati and Loveland nonprofit agencies.
“At Loveland, the lesson of service is not contained to one workshop, or one day,” said Bre Sambuchino, LHS teacher and senior service coordinator. “These are just two examples of the many ways we work to make service a student priority throughout the school year. I’m proud of the students who attended the Mayerson Foundation workshop and I’m excited about the upcoming Senior Service Day – both are a testament to the kind of students we serve.”
Eight LHS students and two teachers participated in the September 24 Mayerson Foundation event.
Photo caption (L to R): LHS Teacher Beth Wexler, LHS Students Heather Burns, Maddi Weiler, Paige Smith, Lydia Powell, Geneva Marr, Meredith Montalbano, Kevin O'Hara, LHS Teacher Bre Sambuchino and LHS Student Riley Clarey at the September 24 Mayerson Foundation Student Service Leadership Workshop