Loveland, Ohio – Loveland City Schools has announced that Dr. Stace Orso will be the new Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning. Dr. Orso will join the district leadership team this summer, pending Board approval.
“I am excited to be working in the community that I call home, and being able to contribute to a destination school district like Loveland,” Dr. Orso said.
Dr. Orso has served as the Assistant Superintendent for Deer Park City Schools since 2019, moving into that role after leading Deer Park Jr/Sr High for 5 years. Dr. Orso earned her Doctorate of Education, and Masters in Education from the University of Cincinnati, and Bachelor’s degree from Arizona State. She is also a Loveland parent with a student heading to the high school next year.
“After a thorough search and interview process, I am confident that we have the right person to continue to deliver academic excellence for our students, families, and community, while still pushing us forward to grow as a district,” Superintendent Mike Broadwater said.
When approved by the Board, Dr. Orso will begin transitioning into the role, with her first official day on August 1. She will take over as Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning as Andrea Conner moves to a new role as principal of Batavia High School.