Posted Thursday, August 15, 2013
The Loveland City School District is pleased to announce it is one of more than 20 school districts throughout Ohio releasing a robust companion to the state report card. Called a Quality Profile, the report defines accountability measures that outline a high-quality education including: academics, arts, commitment to improvement, digital learning, fiscal stewardship, parent and community involvement, staff leadership, student activities, student leadership and student services.
“Ohio is fortunate to have outstanding schools across the state committed to their students and community,” said Loveland City School District Superintendent Chad Hilliker. “As an educator it has been a privilege to collaborate with other districts in the Cincinnati area to discuss and develop a comprehensive report about how we really do business to share with our community. Each district strives to deliver unique educational offerings; the Quality Profile expands perspective on how we truly educate our students.”
Click here to view the Loveland Quality Profile 2012-13.
Visit the main district web page to watch senior administrators with the Loveland City School District talk about why they are so excited to share the way we do business.