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Loveland recognizes students for creating a culture of kindness
My Voice My Choice September 2017The Loveland City School District congratulates students district-wide who were selected to receive the My Voice, My Choice award during a ceremony at the Loveland High School varsity football game Friday, Sept. 22. Loveland Interim Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse presented each student a certificate and shirt as part of the ceremony.

“These are students who have demonstrated Tiger Care – which is one of our big three district goals – it’s about developing relationships, showing empathy and taking a leadership role to be an ‘upstander’ for fellow classmates, meaning they stand up for other students when needed,” said Crouse. “The My Voice, My Choice campaign is integral to who we are as Tigers, and we could think of no better place to honor these students than in this public arena with our community as our audience.”

The My Voice, My Choice Campaign is focused on creating a positive school climate for all students. Specifically, the campaign promotes student leadership through standing up for their peers through their words and actions. Please see the list of students who were recognized below, listed by building:

Loveland Early Childhood Center
Mitchell Cutter
Anna Hoffmann
Owen Shomaker
Marcy Weathers

Loveland Primary School
Camila Garcia-Altuve
Sarinitee Massey
Emily Patterson
Dylan Skinner

Loveland Elementary School
Max Forster
Zane Hedgepeth
Jillian Lee
Peyton Meade
Ryan Pigman

Loveland Intermediate School
Isaac Astifan
Claire Federman
Gabbriella Martin
Laney Ott
Casey Walker

Loveland Middle School
Connor Bond
Blake Funk
Will Gerstemeier
Carmen Noe
Madison Snyder

Loveland High School
Sawyer Jones
Riley Massey
Alec Romer
Lindy Walker

Photo caption: Loveland Interim Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse with students being recognized for the My Voice, My Choice Award during the September 22 Loveland High School varsity football game.