Loveland superintendent accepts new position
Posted Thursday, February 28, 2013
The Loveland City School District has announced Dr. John Marschhausen, who has served as Loveland Schools superintendent, has accepted a superintendent position at the Hilliard City School District. Marschhausen will remain as superintendent of the Loveland City School District until June 30, 2013.
“It has been a privilege to serve the Loveland City School District as superintendent for the past three years,” said Marschhausen. “Loveland is truly a special community; it has been a wonderful home for our family.
“I am proud of the work we have done together in our district. The progress we have made is a great foundation for future progress and I am confident the district will continue to provide excellent educational opportunities for Loveland’s students.”
Marschhausen has served as the superintendent of the Loveland City School District since August 1, 2010. Prior to his arrival in Loveland, he was superintendent of East Knox Local School District in Howard, Ohio, for five years. His earlier years in education were spent as a principal, assistant principal, athletic director, social studies teacher, and coach. Marschhausen has his BA in History/Political Science from Wittenberg University and his MA from University of Dayton. He earned his Doctor of Philosophy, Education from Capella University.
“Dr. Marschhausen is an accomplished administrator, and we are proud of the direction he has taken this district,” said Christine Olsen, Loveland City School District Board of Education president. “He leaves our district well positioned to continue the advancements he has initiated in the instruction of students, and we thank him for a job well done and congratulate him on this exciting new chapter.
“The Board of Education will immediately begin plans to seek a replacement for Dr. Marschhausen. We are fortunate that we still have time to do a complete search to find the next leader of our district.”
“Loveland has an exceptional leadership team, teaching professionals and support staff,” said Marschhausen. “It is difficult to say goodbye to friends, colleagues, and coworkers, but I depart knowing the district is heading in the right direction. Loveland’s progressive culture, strong leadership, and high expectations will continue to serve the children well.”
As the ninth largest school district in the state of Ohio, the Hilliard City School District serves more than 15,700 students in grades K-12. The Hilliard City School District comprises about 60 square miles in northwest Franklin County, including all of Norwich and Brown townships; part of Washington, Franklin and Prairie townships; the City of Hilliard; part of the cities of Dublin and Columbus; and less than one square mile in Union County.