New LHS assistant principal named
Posted Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Loveland High School (LHS) welcomes newly named Assistant Principal Adam Wickline to the administrative team. Wickline comes to LHS from New Miami Local Schools, where he has worked since 2010 as an assistant principal; he has served children as an educator since 2002 as a math teacher and academic coach after serving in the military as a sapper leader during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Wickline earned a bachelor’s degree from Anderson University and master’s degree in educational administration from Ashland University.
“Mr. Wickline possesses an excellent combination of educational experience with an accomplished background,” said Chris Kloesz, LHS principal. “His student-centered focus, paired with his enthusiasm for high school student and staff achievement, make him an ideal selection as the new assistant principal at LHS. We are excited to have the opportunity to invite Mr. Wickline to join the LHS staff, and we welcome him to the Tiger Team!”
“I am very excited to work with the students, families, and staff of Loveland High School,” said Wickline. “Everyone I have met has been so welcoming. I look forward to challenges of a new school year with my new Tiger Family.”