Loveland City School District is announcing that Dave Spencer will be Loveland High School's next principal. He joins Loveland after 19 years in the Forest Hills School District.
“Loveland High School is the flagship of our district, and I believe Dave Spencer will be a great person to lead LHS. He is a seasoned administrator, and a high-character, student-focused leader.” Superintendent Mike Broadwater said.
Spencer comes to Loveland High School after eight years as the principal of Turpin High School and eleven years as the assistant principal at Turpin. He has been a high school administrator for 24 years, including five years in Bright Local Schools.
“I’m excited to be a part of Tiger Nation! I’m looking forward to supporting the students and staff and contributing to the many great things that lie ahead for Loveland High School,” Dave Spencer said.
Spencer’s hiring is pending approval by the Board of Education. He will lead Loveland High School beginning with the 23-24 school year.
Current LHS principal Adam Reed will be taking a new role in the Central Office of Mount Healthy City Schools.
“We thank Adam Reed for his hard work and dedication to our Loveland Tiger students and wish him the best as he takes on an exciting new challenge,” Superintendent Mike Broadwater said.