The Loveland City School District invites our entire community to attend the 2019-20 State of the Schools student-led open house to experience the teaching and learning that takes place in the district every day.
“This is the third consecutive year that we put our students front and center to lead the State of the Schools,” said Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse. “There really is no better way to illustrate education at Loveland. The students will showcase programs and activities that make the Portrait of a Tiger come alive, highlighting the skills they learn here.”
As our guest, you will have the opportunity to interact with students of all ages to observe how they develop the skills to become resilient learners, empathetic collaborators, real-world problem solvers, curious explorers, global innovators and community stewards. There will be music performances by nationally recognized groups like the Loveland Show Choirs, Mallet Madness and the Jazz Program, as well as robotics team demonstrations and a wide variety of exhibits and displays from the classrooms.
“We encourage everyone to spend the evening with us at Loveland High School,” said Dr. Crouse. “It is such a unique opportunity to see our students at work and to learn about the amazing things that happen in our schools.”
Immediately following the State of the Schools open house, there will be a Community Information Session about the March operating levy in the Loveland High School Auditorium. In case of inclement weather, both events will take place on Thursday, February 6.
The State of the Schools open house: Wednesday, January 29, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Loveland High School (1 Tiger Trail, Loveland, Ohio, 45140)
Community information Session about the March operating levy for Loveland Schools: Wednesday, January 29, 7:30 p.m.
Loveland High School auditorium
Photo caption: Loveland students across grade levels showcased a variety of programs at the 2018-19 State of the Schools in March 2019.