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My Voice, My Choice Student Recognition
My Voice, My Choice Student Recognition It was a halftime show to remember Friday, Jan. 30, at the Tiger’s varsity basketball game. The Loveland City School District put the spotlight on 28 students who exemplified characteristics of the My Voice, My Choice program. Each student played an instrumental role in creating a positive school climate for all students.

“The focus of the My Voice, My Choice program this year is to be a Upstander – a person who is willing to stand up for their peers through their words and actions and show kindness,” said Loveland Superintendent Chad Hilliker. “This was a moment for us to introduce students from each building who embody the principles of My Voice, My Choice. I thank each of these students for all they do to make Loveland a better place.”

Students selected for recognition from each building included:

Loveland Early Childhood Center

• Macey Allen
• Emily Buringrud
• Madelyn Herbon
• Logan Powers
• Riley Wilson

Loveland Primary School

• Jacob Faulhaber
• Trevor Gregorsok
• Olivia Gurvich
• Jack Harlow
• Nate Paumier

Loveland Elementary School

• Dani Hildebrand
• Mae Schrantz
• Nolyn Ujvari

Loveland Intermediate School

• Hanna Cosgrove
• Max Flanders
• Ellie Mennen
• Ava Swearingen
• Andrew Waple
• Manny Wilke

Loveland Middle School

• Cassidy Cox
• Caroline Geist
• Lauren Rosales

Loveland High School

• Cain Courtney
• Jake Junod
• Arian Phillips
• Eric Popp
• Gio Ricci
• Jake Saunders

Congratulations to all students!

Photo caption: Loveland Superintendent Chad Hilliker stands with students who were recognized for creating a culture of kindness at the district.