The Loveland community is invited to a presentation of the Loveland City School District facility master plan options, developed by emersion DESIGN architects after the completion of the educational facility evaluation and physical assessments of the buildings in 2018. The meeting will take place on Wednesday, January 23 (6:30-8:30 p.m.) in the LMS/LIS Cafeteria on 757 South Lebanon Road.
“This is a first opportunity for Loveland community stakeholders to see the options the architects have produced, which were guided by data collection and needs identified during the assessment phase,” said Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse. “We invite all community members to attend this presentation, as their feedback is critical to the success of the planning process.”
The meeting is the third in a series of community meetings to engage the public in the master planning process. Each option presented will be accompanied by a conceptual budget range. After the initial presentation, the audience’s feedback will be sought and collected in smaller break-out groups.
Following the meeting on January 23, the community’s feedback will be considered as the options are evaluated throughout the coming months. The final master plan recommendation, along with financing recommendations, will be presented to the Loveland Board of Education in the spring.
Article posted on January 10, 2019.