Loveland School District will hold a special meeting: vision report and finances

Loveland, Ohio – A press release from the Loveland City School District:

The Loveland Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Monday, June 6, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. at the Loveland Middle/Intermediate School Media Center to consider the following agenda items:

Superintendent and District Administrators Vision Report – Discussion

Presentation of current and future finances, revenues and resources of the District – Discussion

In accordance with Board Policy 0169.1, there will be no public participation at this special meeting.

Robert Giuffre

temporary treasury

In his weekly newsletter released today, Superintendent Mike Broadwater issued the following statement:

Superintendent’s Message

Loveland Tiger Community,

We have worked together as a community over the past few months to build a strategic vision. Families, students, community members and staff have been engaged in great conversations, providing feedback on the future they want for our Loveland Tiger students. Together, we designed a plan whose goals are student success, collaborative culture, community engagement and fiscal responsibility.

Review the five-year forecasts

We will unveil our completed strategic vision at the launch party on Monday, June 6 at 5 p.m. in the cafeteria at Loveland Middle School. I’m thrilled that everyone is seeing the results of our community’s hard work. This informal meeting is an opportunity to talk about what our strategic vision means for our children and our district. Following the launch party, our school board will hold a special meeting at 6:00 p.m. to review the strategic vision.

During the special school board meeting, the board will hear from our Treasurer about current and future district finances, revenues, and resources. Federal ESSER pandemic relief funds and significant cuts after the failed March 2020 levy allowed the district to delay applying for additional funding. The District’s most recent five-year forecast projects that the District will transition to deficit spending beginning in fiscal year 2023. You can view the five-year forecast by following this link.

The timeline for placing a levy on the ballot in November forces the board to take action over the summer. If any action is taken, we’ll be sure to update our community. Over the past few months, many community members have been involved in our strategic visioning process, and we look forward to more interesting conversations about the future of schools in Loveland City.

Have a great summer safely and do not hesitate to contact me for any questions.

Mike Broadwater


Loveland City Schools

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