LPS building coordinator recognized as excellent educator
Posted Thursday, May 30, 2013
Congratulations to Danielle Mayer, Loveland Primary School (LPS) reading intervention specialist and building coordinator, who was recognized Friday, May 24, at the 2013 Celebrate Excellence regional awards program at the Sharonville Convention Center. Mayer was among 21 educators honored at the seventh annual event sponsored by the Hamilton County Education Foundation (HCEF).
“Mrs. Mayer is a tremendous asset to our building,” said Kevin Fancher, LPS principal. “Not only is she a respected member of Loveland Primary’s reading intervention team, but she is also one of the most respected instructional leaders at our school. I am thrilled that I have the opportunity to work with her and to enjoy the assistance and leadership that she provides.”
"I am very proud to be representing Loveland among this amazing group of teachers from our area,” said Mayer. “There is a strong commitment at LPS to ensuring student success, and I am very blessed to be a part of it."
Bengals legend, Pro Football Hall of Fame member and youth advocate Anthony Munoz presented Mayer with her award.
Photo caption: Danielle Mayer receives her Celebrate Excellence award from Anthony Munoz.