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Loveland Board of Education recognizes My Voice, My Choice students
My Voice My Choice WinnersThe Loveland City School District salutes the 23 students formally recognized by the Board of Education during the Tuesday, April 17, Business Meeting for exemplary effort in helping create a culture of kindness as part of the district-wide My Voice, My Choice campaign. Board members presented each student with a certificate and shirt, and thanked them for being leaders among their peers.

“We are so proud of these students for stepping up to be leaders in and around their school,” said Loveland Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse. “The My Voice, My Choice campaign is a meaningful program our district uses to help our Tigers grow socially and emotionally as they transition from building to building. It is part of our strategic plan to ensure Tiger Care for all of our students, which is one of our big three district goals, and we are proud to celebrate this moment of much deserved recognition with our Board of Education.”

Students recognized during the ceremony included (listed by building):

Loveland Early Childhood Center
Zavier Charles
Dylan Jones
Jack O’Donnell
Iris Rich-Greatorex

Loveland Primary School
Hannah Gruber
Quinton Merritts
Lucas Patterson
Ava Pursley

Loveland Elementary School
Emily Mix
Brendon Salm
Julianna Westerman

Loveland Intermediate School
Delaney Bair
Rylee Burnett
Maggie Reis

Loveland Middle School
Presley Beller
Ellie Boni
Elle Brinkman
Reagan Brunett
Emma Clark

Loveland High School
Logan Colletta
Ben David
Garret Gillespie
Brianna Wright

Photo caption: The Loveland Board of Education recognized 23 students for creating a culture of kindness through the My Voice, My Choice campaign during the April 17 Business Meeting.