No full return to school for Loveland City School District students next week after two counties see an increase in COVID-19 cases and Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine moves both counties into “red” alert level. [Read More ➡️]
The Tigers varsity football team fell to the Turpin Spartans 30-0 at the season opener at Loveland High School Friday.
The smaller-than-normal thanks to coronavirus pandemic restrictions cheered loud for their Tigers. Tickets were reserved for parents of football players, cheerleaders and members of the marching band. [Read More ➡️]
Where coronavirus quarantine takes away, it, in a way, births new ways to celebrate the students’ hard work. Tonight, that form looked like an unofficial caravan-parade throughout Loveland City School District neighborhoods. [Read More ➡️]
Another episode of S(o)up’s On!, the podcast with the Loveland City School District’s superintendent, talks more about levies – this time the new 6.95 operating levy on the March 17 ballot. This comes after the resounding 78 to 22 percent defeat in November 2019 of a combined 16.95 levy. [Read More ➡️]
It’s Round 3 of the Soup’s On podcast with Loveland (Ohio) City School District superintendent, Dr. Amy Crouse. This time host Joe Wessels asks Dr. Crouse questions he saw swirling around on Nextdoor and other social media from users around the district. They also discuss how the public records process works at the school district and a lot more. Episode is sponsored by Loveland Local News. [Read More ➡️]
We sit down with Dr. Amy Crouse, Loveland City Schools superintendent, for Part 2 of the inaugural edition of “S(o)up’s On,” a new podcast from Loveland Local News featuring news and information about the schools [Read More ➡️]