LHS celebrates Tiger Excellence
Posted Monday, May 23, 2016
Loveland High School (LHS) recognized sophomores and juniors for outstanding achievement in the annual Tiger Excellence awards ceremony Monday, May 23, at the LHS Auditorium. The ceremony was an opportunity to present three special awards for citizenship, service, and spirit, and the recipients of those awards were chosen by the high school faculty.
CITIZENSHIP: Recognizing a student for his/her respectful and responsible behavior on campus and in the school community. This student maintains positive relationships with both peers and adults alike. The student chosen was: Adam Brulport.
SERVICE: Recognizing a student for his/her dedication to serving the needs of the school community. This student utilizes his/her talents, passions and expertise to make a difference on campus and in the community. A young person who truly takes pride in helping make a better world for others. The student chosen was: Katelyn McElveen.
SPIRIT: Recognizing a student for his/her pride in all things Loveland Tigers. This student is involved in spirited support of school and extra-curricular activities that affects the student body. A positive and upbeat attitude and a love of LHS is evident. The student chosen was: Tarah Wagner.
Please see the downloadable file to view the full program for the 2016 Tiger Excellence awards.
Photo caption: LHS sophomores and juniors gathered in the LHS Auditorium Monday, May 23, for the annual Tiger Excellence awards ceremony.