LHS technology upgrades
Posted Friday, March 8, 2013
Along with lunch, the Loveland High School (LHS) cafeteria will be serving up some music for students to enjoy thanks to the installation of a sound system made possible by an early gift from the Class of 2013, with additional assistance provided by the LHS Yearbook.
“It goes with our Tiger spirit,” said Chris Kloesz, LHS principal. “The atmosphere here is high energy, and I’m excited we can add this musical element to the lunch periods. Of course, the music will be administration approved.”
In addition to the music during lunch, the system provides enhanced communication for meetings and presentations as well as a range of increased safety and security in the building. Visitors will also notice a 42 inch flat-screen monitor newly installed on the wall across from the cafeteria outside the LHS Guidance Office.
“We are thrilled with this addition, as it gives us the ability to promote important student academic and guidance-related information, such as SAT and ACT dates, college visit and scholarship opportunities,” said Kloesz. “Even more thrilling is the fact that this resource was made possible through an anonymous donation to LHS; we are very grateful for the generous gift.”