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Celebrating 23 “My Voice, My Choice” award recipients at Loveland
My Voice, My Choice Award Recipients December 2018
At halftime during the girls varsity basketball game on December 12, the Loveland City School District honored 23 students from across the district who have been identified as champions of the “My Voice, My Choice” campaign. The students were acknowledged for their ongoing efforts to support a culture of kindness at Loveland. 

“Our goal with the ‘My Voice, My Choice’ campaign is ultimately to create a positive school climate for all of our students,” said Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse. ”Students are asked to stand up for their peers in words and actions, and I am so honored to regularly be able to recognize some of those who contribute to a more compassionate culture at Loveland through their good deeds and kind words.”

Each of the following students received a “My Voice, My Choice” certificate and t-shirt:

Loveland Early Childhood Center:
Alex Fromm
Abbi Melton
Secora Ray

Loveland Primary School:
Constance Guhlke
Nora Kopecky
Benji Mix
Kailey Schildmeyer
Loveland Elementary School:
Emily Patterson

Loveland Intermediate School:
Adam Lake
Paxton Merz
Reese Renock
Brady Stidham
Ada Williams
Maddi Williams

Loveland Middle School:
Joshua Bryant
Joe Hallquist
Lindsey Hartman
Sophia Herbon
Jared Werling

Loveland High School:
Austin Black
Erika Lesperance
Anna Price
Katie Stephenson
Caption: Students gathered with Loveland Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse (top left) at the My Voice, My Choice recognition ceremony on December 12, 2018.
Article posted on December 13, 2018.