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Loveland students recognized for creating a positive culture at school
My Voice, My Choice recognition October 11, 2018.
27 champions of the “My Voice, My Choice” campaign honored at varsity soccer game

On Thursday, October 11, 27 students in the Loveland City School District were honored for their contributions to a positive school culture and the “My Voice, My Choice” campaign during halftime at the Boys Varsity Soccer game. 

“The ‘My Voice, My Choice’ kindness campaign is an important component in carrying out our goal of Tiger Care – to have every student at Loveland cared for and supported,” said Dr. Amy Crouse, superintendent. “What better way to accomplish this than having our students vested, involved, and recognized for the way they build positive relationships, show empathy with others, and stand up for their peers when needed? The students we celebrate and recognize are champions of an objective that we take very seriously. It’s such a gift to be able to meet them and thank them for the positive influence they have on our school culture.”

My Voice, My Choice is a call to all students at Loveland to always show kindness through their words and actions. Three times a year, a number of students who embody these principles and help maintain a positive environment are selected to be formally recognized with a certificate and a My Voice, My Choice t-shirt.

Students recognized on October 11 include:

Loveland Early Childhood Center:
Ashley Beck
Kendall Bryant
Ellie Dennis
Corinne Myers

Loveland Primary School:
Rolland Belcher
Lucas Carter
Evelyn Day
Nathan Lake

Loveland Elementary School:
Ava Ahrens
Sarah Lampkin
Torri Lewis
Fatma Ozbudak
Emily Patterson
Ryan Saletta
Caroline Smith

Loveland Intermediate School:
Erica Bair
RJ Marques
Reese Renock

Loveland Middle School:
Allyson Colegate
Jewett Hayes
Ciara Heard
Valerie Parnin
Summer Shinkle

Loveland High School:
Claire Beseler
Corbin Breen
Trinity Dingman
Cole Ewert

Caption: Students gathered with Loveland Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse (top right) at the My Voice, My Choice recognition ceremony on October 11. 
 
Article posted on October 12, 2018.