Loveland High School seniors Olivia Denzy and David Trate have been appointed student representatives to the school board for the Loveland City Schools this school year. They will serve as liaisons for students of all grade levels.
Christine Olsen, president of the Loveland Board of Education said, “Historically our student representatives have taken their role seriously and have attended meetings with reports to share publicly. I personally appreciate their feedback when we are discussing a student-related topic; they are right there to respond with their opinions.”
“I am honored to be one of the two student representatives appointed to this position so I can better influence my student body and community,” said Denzy, 17. Denzy plans to study aviation at Ohio University and become a pilot. She is the daughter of Tom and Tammy Denzy-Nance of Miami Township.
Trate, 18, says, “I sought this position because I wanted to help represent my fellow students to the school board,” He wants to study electrical engineering in college but has not yet chosen a school. Trate is the son of Dan and Tracy Trate of Miami Township.