Loveland hires new high school principal

BY JOE WESSELS
Loveland Local News

LOVELAND, Ohio — Loveland has hired its new high school principal.

Adam Reed, who was last Wyoming High School’s principal, was hired by the Loveland City School District Board of Education.

“Mr. Reed is a dynamic talent that we are excited to have leading Loveland High School. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience which will lead LHS into the next chapter,” Chuck Ogdan, Loveland Director of Human Resources, said in a news release.

Reed has also been the associate and assistant principal at Milford High School. Prior to working in administration, he taught social studies in the Fairfield High School and Northwest High School, all in the Cincinnati suburbs.

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Joe Wessels Loveland High School from the air. Photo by Joe Wessels. ©2019 Loveland Local News.

He is a University of Cincinnati graduate, holding both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in education. He earned administrative and superintendent licensure from Xavier University.

Current Loveland principal Peggy Johnson announced her retirement earlier this year – after 30 years in education and six years as Loveland’s top Tiger.

Reed begins his new job with the 2021-2022 school year.

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Long-time and award-winning Cincinnati-area journalist, radio show host, Podcast producer and photographer Joe Wessels is the founder and editor (and kinda the do-everything guy) of Loveland Local News. Previously, Wessels was the Cincinnati City Hall and Hamilton County reporter for The Cincinnati Post and a weekly columnist for Cincinnati CityBeat where he regularly broke news. Wessels moved to Loveland in 2014 and quickly realized Loveland would be a great place to fulfill his dream of creating his own online news and information publication.