Loveland City Schools is fully committed to curbing student bullying and school violence. As part of our commitment, the district is initiating a new, integrated program, developed by former school officials. This program provides:
a) online and telephone reporting tools for students, parents, and staff
b) student training regarding the need to speak up about safety and bullying issues
c) staff training in recognizing and responding to incidents of bullying and violence
d) administrative systems to manage incidents and document district and school response to reported concerns of bullying or violence.
We believe our schools play an important role in helping staff and parents prepare students to be respectful and responsible citizens. However, if a bullying incident occurs, we encourage students to report it.
PublicSchoolWORKS offers several options for students and parents to report bullying and other safety issues – any, all, or none of which may be anonymous (a district decision). PublicSchoolWORKS support personnel can discuss other alternatives and help you decide which is best for your district. Follow this link to visit their website for additional information, or to report a bullying incident.District Compliance Officers:The Board of Education designates the following individuals to serve as the District's "Compliance Officers" (also known as "Civil Rights Coordinators"):Mr. Jesse KohlsDirector of Student Services757 S. Lebanon RoadLoveland, OH 45140(513) 683-5600Mrs. Andrea ConnerAssistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning757 S. Lebanon RoadLoveland, OH 45140(513) 683-5600
Pursuant to House Bill 276, the District is required to annually post the number of reported bullying and harassment incidents that occur in each of our buildings.Number of Bullying Incidents2019-2020 School YearLoveland High School - 6Loveland Middle School - 1Loveland Intermediate School - 0Loveland Elementary School - 0Loveland Primary School - 0Loveland Early Childhood Center - 0