LMS welcomes Jayson Bruce
Posted Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Loveland Middle School (LMS) welcomes Jayson Bruce as the newly named assistant principal. Bruce has served the students at LMS as a math teacher since 2011. He has served children since 2003, beginning his career teaching math at Milford Success Academy. He first joined the Tiger Family in 2006 as a math teacher, and took an administrative position with Deer Park as the dean of students/assistant principal (2010) before returning to LMS in his math teaching role. Bruce served as the principal of the debut Tigers’ Adventures In Learning (TAIL) summer enhancement program this past year. He is a graduate of University of Cincinnati (associate degree), and Northern Kentucky University (bachelor’s in middle grade mathematics and social studies; master’s in instructional leadership).
“Mr. Bruce has worked diligently during his classroom tenure at Loveland to ensure all students grow – helping to design and implement math curriculum, and this past summer, working in a principal role,” said Chris Burke, LMS principal. “We are thrilled to have him transition into this role, where he can continue to build what he began in the classroom for our students.”
"Getting the opportunity to be a part of the leadership team at Loveland Middle School is very special for me,” said Bruce. “I am honored to help lead a wonderful staff and continue to be a part of one of the best districts in Ohio. I am very excited to get to work with Loveland's students in a different capacity as we continue to prepare them for their future."
Bruce replaces Meghan Lawson, who left to serve as the coordinator of assessment and accountability for the Forest Hills School District.