Loveland City Schools announces new athletic director
Posted Tuesday, May 28, 2013
The Loveland City School District has announced Juliann Renner will be the new Loveland High School (LHS) athletic director. Members of the Board of Education approved the recommendation for employment at a special meeting May 28. Renner, who began her career at Loveland City Schools as a high school teacher in 1997, returns to the district a seasoned school administrator with 12 years management experience, and nine years coaching experience.
“We couldn’t be more excited to have Mrs. Renner as part of the administrative team at LHS,” said Chris Kloesz, LHS principal. “Mrs. Renner has a proven record as an administrator capable of bringing excellence to the district she serves; we are thrilled to include her in our Tiger Family as we continue to grow and develop Loveland athletics."
Renner earned her bachelor degree from Northern Kentucky University in education in 1994, and her master’s in education administration from Xavier University in 2000. She began serving the students in Loveland as a special education teacher before moving into the role of Loveland Middle School assistant principal in 2003. She has worked as the Locust Corner Elementary Principal in the New Richmond Exempted Village School District since 2003, where her building rated Excellent and Excellent with Distinction from the State of Ohio for the past five years. Renner has nine years of coaching experience – including varsity – at both the high school and middle school levels.
“I would like to thank Loveland City Schools for the opportunity to return to this outstanding school district,” said Renner. “Returning to Loveland High School, working with an excellent staff and administrative team, is an exciting step in my educational career. Above all, I look forward to being directly involved with the students of Loveland.”
Renner is being hired on a two-year contract for the LHS athletic director position.
Photo caption: Juliann Renner with her husband Joe Renner at the special Board of Education meeting May 28.