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Loveland Business Advisory Council Earns 3-Stars

The Ohio Department of Education and Workforce has awarded the Loveland City School District’s Business Advisory Council three stars. The Council is a partnership between district leadership and community business leaders that ensures our students learn the skills to prepare them for future jobs. 

Each year, the Department of Education and Workforce measures how well Business Advisory Councils develop student skills for future careers, build partnerships with the business community, and coordinate learning experiences for students. Councils can earn up to 4 stars. Loveland’s BAC earned two stars last year. 

The Loveland City School District Business Advisory Council allows district leaders to develop relationships with the local business community and get input on developing curriculum to ensure students are ready for the real world. The Business Advisory Council also helps guide our Loveland Tiger Pathways experiential learning program, which places students in local businesses for job shadowing, internships, and volunteer opportunities to provide real-world workforce experience.